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D.C. Comprehensive Assessment System 2010 test results

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Here are pass rates on the D.C. Comprehensive Assessment System for D.C. public schools, under Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee, and for independently operated public charter schools. The results show the percentage of students who reached proficiency or better. The DC-CAS tests, given in April, are separate from federal testing that compares achievement among states and various cities. With certain exceptions, elementary results draw from grades 3 through 5, secondary results from grades 6 through 8, plus grade 10. D.C. public schools' results are in bold.

DCPSCharter
Elementary reading
20104444
20094946
20084645
20073841
Elementary math
20104343
20094842
2008 4142
2007 2935
Secondary reading
20104352
20094053
2008 3947
2007 3044
Secondary math
20104458
2009 4056
20083748
20072744

SOURCE: D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education


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