District Comparison of Benchmark Status Reading-ethnicity

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DISTRICT REPORT Comparison of Benchmark/CIM Status by Ethnic Group - Whole GroupREADING 2004-05, 2005-06, and 2006-072004-05 Benchmark Status 2005-06 Benchmark Status 2006-07 Benchmark StatusExceeds Meets Near Low Very Low Total Exceeds Meets Near Low Very Low Total Exceeds Meets Near Low Very Low TotalGrade and Ethnic GroupGrade 3 N 31 31 3 4 3 72 21 37 4 7 0 69 17 31 7 6 0 61American Indian/Alaskan Native % 43% 43% 4% 6% 4% 100% 30% 54% 6% 10% 0% 100% 28% 51% 11% 10% 0% 100%N 153 168 23 14 11 369 159 178 22 17 8 384 127 168 21 27 5 348Asian / Pacific Islander % 41% 46% 6% 4% 3% 100% 41% 46% 6% 4% 2% 100% 36% 48% 6% 8% 1% 100%N 161 307 39 31 19 557 175 295 32 21 8 531 122 268 58 66 18 532Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) % 29% 55% 7% 6% 3% 100% 33% 56% 6% 4% 2% 100% 23% 50% 11% 12% 3% 100%N 121 212 35 23 41 432 122 256 46 34 14 472 74 256 60 80 17 487Hispanic % 28% 49% 8% 5% 9% 100% 26% 54% 10% 7% 3% 100% 15% 53% 12% 16% 3% 100%N 1229 601 63 34 30 1957 1189 553 67 28 13 1850 972 729 75 64 23 1863White (Not of Hispanic Origin) % 63% 31% 3% 2% 2% 100% 64% 30% 4% 2% 1% 100% 52% 39% 4% 3% 1% 100%N71100 9 13800 0 21 29 16 3 3 0 51Unknown / Unspecified % 78% 11% 11% 0% 0% 100% 62% 38% 0% 0% 0% 100% 57% 31% 6% 6% 0% 100%Grade 4 N 16 48 8 4 1 77 18 41 3 3 1 66 12 38 6 7 1 64American Indian/Alaskan Native % 21% 62% 10% 5% 1% 100% 27% 62% 5% 5% 2% 100% 19% 59% 9% 11% 2% 100%N 103 190 37 18 4 352 127 204 18 19 3 371 126 187 46 27 5 391Asian / Pacific Islander % ...

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Total Exceeds
Comparison of Benchmark/CIM Status by Ethnic Group - Whole Group
READING
2004-05, 2005-06, and 2006-07
Total
Exceeds Meets
Near
2004-05 Benchmark Status
Low Very Low
Meets
Near
Low Very Low
Exceeds Meets
Near
Low Very Low Total
2005-06 Benchmark Status
2006-07 Benchmark Status
DISTRICT REPORT
Grade and Ethnic Group
N
%
31
3
3
31
4
43%
4%
4%
43%
6%
21
4
0
37
7
30%
6%
0%
54%
10%
17
7
0
31
6
28%
11%
0%
51%
10%
72
100%
69
100%
61
100%
Grade 3
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
153
23
11
168
14
41%
6%
3%
46%
4%
159
22
8
178
17
41%
6%
2%
46%
4%
127
21
5
168
27
36%
6%
1%
48%
8%
369
100%
384
100%
348
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
161
39
19
307
31
29%
7%
3%
55%
6%
175
32
8
295
21
33%
6%
2%
56%
4%
122
58
18
268
66
23%
11%
3%
50%
12%
557
100%
531
100%
532
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
121
35
41
212
23
28%
8%
9%
49%
5%
122
46
14
256
34
26%
10%
3%
54%
7%
74
60
17
256
80
15%
12%
3%
53%
16%
432
100%
472
100%
487
100%
Hispanic
N
%
1229
63
30
601
34
63%
3%
2%
31%
2%
1189
67
13
553
28
64%
4%
1%
30%
2%
972
75
23
729
64
52%
4%
1%
39%
3%
1957
100%
1850
100%
1863
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
7
1
0
1
0
78%
11%
0%
11%
0%
13
0
0
8
0
62%
0%
0%
38%
0%
29
3
0
16
3
57%
6%
0%
31%
6%
9
100%
21
100%
51
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
N
%
16
8
1
48
4
21%
10%
1%
62%
5%
18
3
1
41
3
27%
5%
2%
62%
5%
12
6
1
38
7
19%
9%
2%
59%
11%
77
100%
66
100%
64
100%
Grade 4
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
103
37
4
190
18
29%
11%
1%
54%
5%
127
18
3
204
19
34%
5%
1%
55%
5%
126
46
5
187
27
32%
12%
1%
48%
7%
352
100%
371
100%
391
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
90
72
16
337
50
16%
13%
3%
60%
9%
106
32
19
363
30
19%
6%
3%
66%
5%
118
83
17
270
39
22%
16%
3%
51%
7%
565
100%
550
100%
527
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
58
75
14
252
45
13%
17%
3%
57%
10%
86
40
15
255
28
20%
9%
4%
60%
7%
89
73
24
239
58
18%
15%
5%
49%
12%
444
100%
424
100%
483
100%
Hispanic
N
%
947
98
23
863
66
47%
5%
1%
43%
3%
1041
68
14
787
34
54%
3%
1%
40%
2%
1015
107
23
599
61
56%
6%
1%
33%
3%
1997
100%
1944
100%
1805
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
3
2
0
3
0
38%
25%
0%
38%
0%
9
2
1
5
1
50%
11%
6%
28%
6%
13
2
1
8
2
50%
8%
4%
31%
8%
8
100%
18
100%
26
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
N
%
16
11
1
42
1
23%
15%
1%
59%
1%
18
8
3
51
4
21%
10%
4%
61%
5%
9
1
5
0
39
6
13%
22%
0%
57%
9%
71
100%
84
100%
69
100%
Grade 5
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
94
22
4
196
20
28%
7%
1%
58%
6%
97
24
5
203
16
28%
7%
1%
59%
5%
80
78
5
159
35
22%
22%
1%
45%
10%
336
100%
345
100%
357
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
66
82
18
367
19
12%
15%
3%
66%
3%
70
74
19
348
57
12%
13%
3%
61%
10%
41
158
21
245
75
8%
29%
4%
45%
14%
552
100%
568
100%
540
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
43
52
24
271
36
10%
12%
6%
64%
8%
43
69
19
267
45
10%
16%
4%
60%
10%
48
113
21
172
69
11%
27%
5%
41%
16%
426
100%
443
100%
423
100%
Hispanic
N
%
746
101
28
977
34
40%
5%
1%
52%
2%
804
94
24
939
46
42%
5%
1%
49%
2%
755
171
19
858
89
40%
9%
1%
45%
5%
1886
100%
1907
100%
1892
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
1
1
0
12
0
7%
7%
0%
86%
0%
5
3
1
5
0
36%
21%
7%
36%
0%
9
1
0
12
1
39%
4%
0%
52%
4%
14
100%
14
100%
23
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
Note:
Because of problems with the state's computer-based assessment system (TESA) in early 2007, testing on it was discontinued and most students took paper-pencil tests in May.
Students who met state standards on
TESA between January and March were not retested in May.
Many of those students might have exceeded state standards and had higher test scores had they been retested.
Readers should keep this situation in mind
when reviewing 2006-07 reports showing percent Exceeding or test score gains from 2005-06.
Achievement standards (cut scores) changed in the 2006-07 school year.
It became harder for students to meet Reading and Math standards at grades 3, 4, 5, 6 and, in Reading only, grade 7.
It became easier to meet
Reading and Math standards at grades 10 and, in Math only, grade 8.
The grade 7 Math and grade 8 Reading standard did not change.
Research, Evaluation & Assessment—09/19/07gw(2007-00144)
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Total Exceeds
Comparison of Benchmark/CIM Status by Ethnic Group - Whole Group
READING
2004-05, 2005-06, and 2006-07
Total
Exceeds Meets
Near
2004-05 Benchmark Status
Low Very Low
Meets
Near
Low Very Low
Exceeds Meets
Near
Low Very Low Total
2005-06 Benchmark Status
2006-07 Benchmark Status
DISTRICT REPORT
Grade and Ethnic Group
N
%
20
17
1
29
9
26%
22%
1%
38%
12%
18
11
1
37
4
25%
15%
1%
52%
6%
15
13
2
52
5
17%
15%
2%
60%
6%
76
100%
71
100%
87
100%
Grade 6
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
107
47
5
170
27
30%
13%
1%
48%
8%
107
17
1
170
25
33%
5%
0%
53%
8%
91
35
4
179
20
28%
11%
1%
54%
6%
356
100%
320
100%
329
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
73
114
6
257
89
14%
21%
1%
48%
17%
75
74
5
267
79
15%
15%
1%
53%
16%
68
125
21
267
54
13%
23%
4%
50%
10%
539
100%
500
100%
535
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
55
80
12
176
95
13%
19%
3%
42%
23%
61
38
11
205
72
16%
10%
3%
53%
19%
68
96
24
197
55
15%
22%
5%
45%
13%
418
100%
387
100%
440
100%
Hispanic
N
%
923
164
12
792
108
46%
8%
1%
40%
5%
850
79
14
724
100
48%
4%
1%
41%
6%
777
164
15
802
75
42%
9%
1%
44%
4%
1999
100%
1767
100%
1833
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
5
1
0
5
1
42%
8%
0%
42%
8%
4
2
0
9
1
25%
13%
0%
56%
6%
9
3
0
6
2
45%
15%
0%
30%
10%
12
100%
16
100%
20
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
N
%
20
12
0
29
6
30%
18%
0%
43%
9%
20
9
0
31
4
31%
14%
0%
48%
6%
9
1
4
1
36
5
14%
22%
2%
55%
8%
67
100%
64
100%
65
100%
Grade 7
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
112
63
3
121
23
35%
20%
1%
38%
7%
140
50
0
139
16
41%
14%
0%
40%
5%
113
38
2
153
12
36%
12%
1%
48%
4%
322
100%
345
100%
318
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
95
114
3
235
76
18%
22%
1%
45%
15%
119
118
9
227
53
23%
22%
2%
43%
10%
77
123
11
253
39
15%
24%
2%
50%
8%
523
100%
526
100%
503
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
64
94
7
132
76
17%
25%
2%
35%
20%
74
94
11
148
74
18%
23%
3%
37%
18%
67
94
6
180
47
17%
24%
2%
46%
12%
373
100%
401
100%
394
100%
Hispanic
N
%
1044
229
9
594
119
52%
11%
0%
30%
6%
1158
151
17
536
68
60%
8%
1%
28%
4%
861
141
4
656
58
50%
8%
0%
38%
3%
1995
100%
1930
100%
1720
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
2
3
0
5
0
20%
30%
0%
50%
0%
4
2
0
8
1
27%
13%
0%
53%
7%
7
2
0
8
2
37%
11%
0%
42%
11%
10
100%
15
100%
19
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
N
%
16
17
4
22
13
22%
24%
6%
31%
18%
14
16
0
27
8
22%
25%
0%
42%
12%
5
7
1
44
14
7%
10%
1%
62%
20%
72
100%
65
100%
71
100%
Grade 8
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
102
56
3
104
37
34%
19%
1%
34%
12%
114
66
1
129
20
35%
20%
0%
39%
6%
75
37
7
194
28
22%
11%
2%
57%
8%
302
100%
330
100%
341
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
69
170
12
191
118
12%
30%
2%
34%
21%
65
151
17
206
86
12%
29%
3%
39%
16%
49
100
26
242
105
9%
19%
5%
46%
20%
560
100%
525
100%
522
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
50
115
8
108
91
13%
31%
2%
29%
24%
47
103
7
132
87
13%
27%
2%
35%
23%
37
78
25
181
86
9%
19%
6%
44%
21%
372
100%
376
100%
407
100%
Hispanic
N
%
953
287
26
693
140
45%
14%
1%
33%
7%
969
228
16
614
119
50%
12%
1%
32%
6%
685
173
20
890
113
36%
9%
1%
47%
6%
2099
100%
1946
100%
1881
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
1
1
0
2
2
17%
17%
0%
33%
33%
2
1
0
6
0
22%
11%
0%
67%
0%
2
1
0
10
4
12%
6%
0%
59%
24%
6
100%
9
100%
17
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
Note:
Because of problems with the state's computer-based assessment system (TESA) in early 2007, testing on it was discontinued and most students took paper-pencil tests in May.
Students who met state standards on
TESA between January and March were not retested in May.
Many of those students might have exceeded state standards and had higher test scores had they been retested.
Readers should keep this situation in mind
when reviewing 2006-07 reports showing percent Exceeding or test score gains from 2005-06.
Achievement standards (cut scores) changed in the 2006-07 school year.
It became harder for students to meet Reading and Math standards at grades 3, 4, 5, 6 and, in Reading only, grade 7.
It became easier to meet
Reading and Math standards at grades 10 and, in Math only, grade 8.
The grade 7 Math and grade 8 Reading standard did not change.
Research, Evaluation & Assessment—09/19/07gw(2007-00144)
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Total Exceeds
Comparison of Benchmark/CIM Status by Ethnic Group - Whole Group
READING
2004-05, 2005-06, and 2006-07
Total
Exceeds Meets
Near
2004-05 Benchmark Status
Low Very Low
Meets
Near
Low Very Low
Exceeds Meets
Near
Low Very Low Total
2005-06 Benchmark Status
2006-07 Benchmark Status
DISTRICT REPORT
Grade and Ethnic Group
N
%
2
2
3
2
19
11
4%
40%
4%
33%
19%
4
2
2
3
26
20
5%
29%
4%
35%
27%
9
1
5
0
22
19
14%
23%
0%
34%
29%
57
100%
75
100%
65
100%
Grade 10
American Indian/Alaskan Native
N
%
35
99
10
114
79
10%
29%
3%
34%
23%
54
87
9
118
60
16%
27%
3%
36%
18%
46
35
9
131
75
16%
12%
3%
44%
25%
337
100%
328
100%
296
100%
Asian / Pacific Islander
N
%
15
168
28
117
184
3%
33%
5%
23%
36%
23
167
26
103
134
5%
37%
6%
23%
30%
30
80
18
158
199
6%
16%
4%
33%
41%
512
100%
453
100%
485
100%
Black (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
14
90
17
57
100
5%
32%
6%
21%
36%
10
103
9
68
101
3%
35%
3%
23%
35%
20
65
8
119
117
6%
20%
2%
36%
36%
278
100%
291
100%
329
100%
Hispanic
N
%
419
463
26
842
198
22%
24%
1%
43%
10%
517
397
33
792
229
26%
20%
2%
40%
12%
513
203
15
875
206
28%
11%
1%
48%
11%
1948
100%
1968
100%
1812
100%
White (Not of Hispanic Origin)
N
%
0
1
0
5
2
0%
13%
0%
63%
25%
5
2
0
4
1
42%
17%
0%
33%
8%
5
3
0
14
5
19%
11%
0%
52%
19%
8
100%
12
100%
27
100%
Unknown / Unspecified
Note:
Because of problems with the state's computer-based assessment system (TESA) in early 2007, testing on it was discontinued and most students took paper-pencil tests in May.
Students who met state standards on
TESA between January and March were not retested in May.
Many of those students might have exceeded state standards and had higher test scores had they been retested.
Readers should keep this situation in mind
when reviewing 2006-07 reports showing percent Exceeding or test score gains from 2005-06.
Achievement standards (cut scores) changed in the 2006-07 school year.
It became harder for students to meet Reading and Math standards at grades 3, 4, 5, 6 and, in Reading only, grade 7.
It became easier to meet
Reading and Math standards at grades 10 and, in Math only, grade 8.
The grade 7 Math and grade 8 Reading standard did not change.
Research, Evaluation & Assessment—09/19/07gw(2007-00144)
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