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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Here are scores for D.C. schools on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (500-point scale) and pass rates on the D.C. Comprehensive Assessment System.

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DISTRICTNATION
Grade 4 reading
2003 188216
2005 191217
2007 197220
2009 203220
Grade 4 math
2003 205234
2005 211237
2007 214239
2009 220239
Grade 8 reading
2003 239261
2005 238260
2007 241261
2009 240262
Grade 8 math
2003 243276
2005 245278
2007 248280
2009 251282

DC-CAS

2007

Elementary reading: 38 percent

Elementary math: 29 percent

Secondary reading: 30 percent

Secondary math: 27 percent

2010

Elementary reading: 44 percent

Elementary math: 43 percent

Secondary reading: 43 percent

Secondary math: 44 percent


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