District Average Scores
When comparing Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA) results in mathematics at grade 4 in 2019 with those from 2017, the previous assessment year,
- 5 districts scored higher,
- 1 district scored lower, and
- 21 districts showed no significant change in scores.
Of the five TUDA districts that scored higher in 2019 compared to 2017, two districts scored lower than the large city average score and three districts had average scores that were not significantly different from the large city average. The one TUDA district that scored lower in 2019 did not have a significantly different score than the large city average.
Explore the interactive map below to see trends in average scores for each TUDA district. Click on a district name to see performance details for the district, its home state, large city, and the nation (public). Scroll down to view the magnitude of average score changes across TUDA districts.
2017 and 2019
The table below shows the number of districts with score increases or decreases in 2019 and how many districts scored higher, lower, or not significantly different than large city schools in NAEP mathematics.
|Number of districts in 2019|
|Change in average NAEP mathematics score between 2017 and 2019||Total||Higher than large city schools||Not significantly different from large city schools||Lower than large city schools|
|No significant change in score||21||6||6||9|
To compare a TUDA districtâ€™s average mathematics scores to those of its home state, large city schools or the nation (public), use the NAEP District Profiles Tool.
Score increases in mathematics at grade 4 ranged from 3 to 6 points for the five districts that scored higher in 2019 compared to 2017.
Use the drop-down menus to view the size of score changes for fourth-grade public school students in mathematics between assessment years for each TUDA district. Explore score-point changes between any combinations of assessment years. To see whether the score change in one district is statistically different from the change in another district, use the NAEP District Profiles Tool. Find out how statistical significance is determined.
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.
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