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NAEP - Actual percentages, second-period predicted percentages, and change measures of students with disabilities in NAEP grade 8 mathematics assessments using jurisdiction-specific approach: By district, 2005 and 2007

Actual percentages, second-period predicted percentages, and change measures of students with disabilities in NAEP grade 8 mathematics assessments using jurisdiction-specific approach: By district, 2005 and 2007
  Actual rates Predicted rates 2005–07 Change measure1
District   2005 2007  2007  Change  Std error
Atlanta 87.9 70.1   77.8   -7.7   6.60
Austin 47.2 76.0   65.2   10.8 * 3.75
Boston 65.8 66.4   71.8   -5.4   4.16
Charlotte 80.3 87.9   89.1   -1.3   4.30
Chicago 87.4 75.2   87.4   -12.3 * 4.02
Cleveland 53.5 37.5   63.3   -25.8 * 4.78
District of Columbia 71.2 45.7   72.0   -26.3 * 3.47
Houston 67.9 60.4   67.1   -6.7   4.79
Los Angeles 83.8 83.5   90.7   -7.2   4.90
New York City 94.9 95.2   96.0   -0.8   2.85
San Diego 78.0 67.1   71.6   -4.5   7.29
* 2005–07 change over time is significantly different from zero (p < .05).
1 In the jurisdiction-specific approach, the change measure is, by construction, the difference between the 2007 actual and 2007 predicted rates.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2005 and 2007 Mathematics Assessments.

Read more about Measuring Status and Change in NAEP Inclusion Rates of Students with Disabilities: Trial Urban District Assessment 2005 to 2007.


Last updated 04 June 2009 (FW)

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