Percentile scores for grade 4 science, by race/ethnicity used to report trends, school-reported and jurisdiction: 2009
Year
Jurisdiction
White
Black
Hispanic
Asian/Pacific Islander
American Indian/Alaska Native
Two or more races
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
10th percentile
Standard Error
25th percentile
Standard Error
50th percentile
Standard Error
75th percentile
Standard Error
90th percentile
Standard Error
NOTE: Black includes African American, Hispanic includes Latino, and Pacific Islander includes Native Hawaiian. Race categories exclude Hispanic origin. Prior to 2011, students in the “two or more races” category were categorized as “unclassified”. The NAEP Science scale ranges from 0 to 300. Some apparent differences between estimates may not be
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SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2009 Science Assessment.
2009
National
125
(0.5)
145
(0.4)
165
(0.3)
183
(0.3)
198
(0.3)
85
(0.6)
106
(0.7)
128
(0.5)
150
(0.4)
168
(0.6)
86
(1.1)
110
(0.8)
133
(0.6)
154
(0.9)
173
(0.7)
113
(1.4)
139
(2.1)
163
(1.2)
184
(1.7)
202
(2.2)
92
(2.5)
113
(2.1)
137
(1.0)
159
(1.9)
176
(2.5)
112
(2.0)
134
(2.2)
156
(1.0)
176
(2.4)
195
(1.9)