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District Mathematics Results by Race/Ethnicity

At grade 4, compared to students with the same race/ethnicity in large central city schools...

  • White students in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, the District of Columbia, and Houston had higher average scores. White students in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Houston, and San Diego had higher percentages performing at or above Basic. White students in Cleveland had lower average scores.
  • Black students in Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Houston, and New York City had higher average scores. Black students in Chicago, the District of Columbia, and Los Angeles had lower average scores.
  • Hispanic students in Austin, Charlotte, Houston, and New York City had higher average scores. Hispanic students in Chicago, the District of Columbia, and Los Angeles had lower average scores.
  • Asian/Pacific Islander students in Boston, Charlotte, and New York City had higher average scores. Asian/Pacific Islander students in Boston and New York City had higher percentages performing at or above Basic.

At grade 8, compared to students with the same race/ethnicity in large central city schools...

  • White students in Austin, Boston, Charlotte, and the District of Columbia had higher average scores. White students in Cleveland and Los Angeles had lower average scores.White students in Austin, Charlotte, and the District of Columbia had higher percentages performing at or above Basic. White students in Cleveland had lower percentages performing at or above Basic.
  • Black students in Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Houston, and New York City had higher average scores. Black students in Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, the District of Columbia, and Los Angeles had lower average scores.
  • Hispanic students in Austin, Chicago, and Houston had higher average scores. Hispanic students in Los Angeles had a lower average score.
  • Asian/Pacific Islander students in Boston had higher average scores and higher percentages performing at or above Basic.
Average scale scores and percentage of White students within each achievement level in mathematics, grade 4 public schools: By urban district, 2005

* Average scores are significantly different from large central city public schools.
** Average scores are significantly different from nation (public schools).
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. The shaded bars are graphed using unrounded numbers.
DATA: View complete data with standard errors for scale scores in districts and the nation or in large central cities, and achievement levels in districts and the nation or in large central cities.

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