District Student Group Scores
In 2019, average fourth-grade mathematics scores changed for several student groups in certain districts. For example, looking at score changes by race/ethnicity,
- Black students scored higher in two districts and lower in one district;
- Hispanic students scored higher in three districts; and
- Asian/Pacific Islander students scored higher in one district.
Use the drop-down menu to select a Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) district and click on a student group thumbnail to see average mathematics scores for fourth-grade public school students over time in the selected district.
Use the drop-down menus to select a Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) district and a student group to view changes in the percentage distribution for that group over time.
Read about changes in policy for reporting by race/ethnicity.
Additional District Resources
See how a district performed over time, view a district's demographics and school characteristics, download snapshot reports, and compare each district's overall performance to performance nationwide or in other districts.
Download a one-page report containing key findings and trends in a condensed format. Reports contain overall student results, bar charts showing NAEP achievement levels, and tables displaying results by key reporting groups.