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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.
Percentage of students by race/ethnicity, mathematics assessment, grade 4 public schools: By urban district, 2005

District

White Black Hispanic Asian/Pacific
Islander
American Indian/
Alaska Native
Unclassified1
Nation 57 17 20 4 1 1
Large central city 21 32 39 6 1 1
Atlanta 11 84 3 1 # 1
Austin 28 14 55 3 # #
Boston 13 45 32 9 # #
Charlotte 41 40 11 5 # 3
Chicago 8 47 42 3 # #
Cleveland 20 70 7 1 # 3
District of Columbia 4 86 8 1 # #
Houston 10 28 59 3 # #
Los Angeles 10 10 74 6 # #
New York City 14 35 39 12 # #
San Diego 23 14 44 17 1 #

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

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