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2009 MSA Testing Data for Elementary Schools

The Maryland State Department of Education released statistics from the Maryland School Assessments today. The tests of reading and math are taken by elementary and middle school students. A student is considered "proficient" if he or she earns a "proficient" or "advanced" rating on the test. This year's results continue a trend of increasing test scores.


JURISDICTION LEVEL SUBJECT PROFICIENT
CalvertElementaryReading93.8
HowardElementaryReading93
WorcesterElementaryReading92.1
CarrollElementaryReading92
FrederickElementaryReading91.7
Anne ArundelElementaryReading91.4
MontgomeryElementaryReading90.9
Queen Anne'sElementaryReading90.8
KentElementaryReading89.9
HarfordElementaryReading89.6
WashingtonElementaryReading89.6
St. Mary'sElementaryReading89.5
TalbotElementaryReading88.7
Baltimore CountyElementaryReading88.2
Garrett ElementaryReading88.1
CarolineElementaryReading86.5
CecilElementaryReading86.5
WicomicoElementaryReading85.8
AlleganyElementaryReading85.3
SomersetElementaryReading85.1
CharlesElementaryReading84.5
Baltimore CityElementaryReading78.9
Prince George'sElementaryReading77.5
DorchesterElementaryReading76.2
CalvertElementaryMath92.9
CarrollElementaryMath91.3
Queen Anne'sElementaryMath90.4
WorcesterElementaryMath90.2
Anne ArundelElementaryMath90
HowardElementaryMath89.6
WashingtonElementaryMath88.9
FrederickElementaryMath88.7
HarfordElementaryMath88.6
MontgomeryElementaryMath87.9
St. Mary'sElementaryMath87.9
CarolineElementaryMath87.6
AlleganyElementaryMath86.7
Baltimore CountyElementaryMath85.6
Wicomico ElementaryMath85.2
TalbotElementaryMath84.5
KentElementaryMath84.1
GarrettElementaryMath83.4
CharlesElementaryMath81.6
SomersetElementaryMath81.1
CecilElementaryMath80
Baltimore CityElementaryMath78.7
DorchesterElementaryMath75.6
Prince George'sElementaryMath74.7

Source: Maryland State Department of Education

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