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District Reading Results for English Language Learners Who Could Be Assessed

At grade 4, compared to English language learners in large central city schools...

  • English language learners who could be assessed in Charlotte and Houston had higher average scores, while those in Chicago had a lower average score.

At grade 8, compared to English language learners in large central city schools...

  • English language learners who could be assessed in Charlotte had a higher average score, while those in Los Angeles had a lower average score.
Percentage of students by status as English language learners, reading assessment, grade 4 public schools: By urban district, 2005
District ELL Non-ELL
Nation 9 91
Large central city 19 81
Atlanta 1 99
Austin 16 84
Boston 12 88
Charlotte 8 92
Chicago 14 86
Cleveland 3 97
District of Columbia 5 95
Houston 23 77
Los Angeles 54 46
New York City 8 92
San Diego 35 65

Learn more about the NAEP reporting groups on the NAEP website.

View information about the percentages of English language learners identified, excluded, and assessed at the district level.

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