By Jennifer McCombs
Examines functionality of teens (grades four via 12) on states' interpreting or English language arts and writing checks and at the nationwide review of academic development, and records the content material, structure, and function degrees of these exams and the categories of talents and potential states have been emphasizing to accomplish objectives for adolescent literacy. RAND accrued info from the 50 states and the District of Columbia (DC) on kingdom overview structures and pupil functionality on examining or English language arts and writing checks with a purpose to degree adolescent's (grades four via 12) functionality towards kingdom literacy pursuits. additionally examines the relative functionality of scholars opposed to nationwide criteria represented by means of the nationwide evaluation of schooling growth (NAEP).
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In 15 of the 21 states, over half the students passed the writing assessment. In most states that reported pass rates on both the reading and writing assessments for middle school students, the pass rates tended to be fairly comparable (±7 percentage points). Of the remaining states, two (Kentucky and Mississippi) had considerably higher ____________ 5 There were also large achievement gaps between white students and minorities other than African Americans and Hispanics, such as Native Americans, Alaskan Natives, and Hawaiian natives.
4 Differences in Pass Rates of Economically Advantaged and Economically Disadvantaged Elementary School Students on State Reading Assessments, 2001–2002/2002–2003 40 Percentage points 30 25 20 15 10 5 State NOTE: Twenty-six states did not have readily available and reportable data disaggregated by poverty. 5 Pass Rates of Elementary School Students on State Writing Assessments, 2001–2002/2002–2003 100 90 80 70 60 Percentage 50 40 30 20 10 Colorado Texas Virginia Connecticut Ohio Oklahoma Tennessee Illinois Vermont Delaware Washington Michigan Alabama Wyoming South Dakota Mississippi Maine 0 Kentucky 26 State NOTE: Thirty-one states either did not administer a separate writing assessment or did not have reportable data at the elementary grade level.
2003). At the top end of the distribution, pass rates on both assessments tended to be more comparable. For example, 82–85 percent of students in Virginia passed both the reading and writing assessments; in Texas, 85–88 percent of students did so. Some states provided data on pass rates disaggregated by race/ethnicity and poverty status of students. 2). The achievement gaps range from a low of 3 to a high of 26 percentage points. We divided the range into four categories: 0–9, 10–19, 20–29, and 30+ percentage points and then tallied the number of states that fell into each group.