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Percentage of fourth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP mathematics, by selected school and student characteristics and state/jurisdiction: 2011
State/Jurisdiction School type/density School location Eligibility for National School Lunch
Program
Students
with
disabilities
English
language
learners
Public Low
density
public
High
density
public
BIE City Suburb Town Rural Eligible
for free
lunch
Eligible for reduced-
price
lunch
Not
eligible
Nation 93   50   50   7   16   13   21   50   67   6   27   14   10  
Alaska 100   34 * 66 *   18   2 * 16   64 * 69   3 * 26   18   32 *
Arizona 80 * 36 * 64 * 20 * 21   7   20   51   76 * 7   17 * 13   18 *
Minnesota 98 * 69 * 31 * 2 * 23   14   16   47   75   3   21   13   #  
Montana 98 * 32 * 68 * 2 * 22   #   11 * 67 * 73   8   19 * 14   15 *
New Mexico 74 * 29 * 71 * 26 * 18   5 * 27   50   90 * 3 * 8 * 15   34 *
North Carolina 100   29 * 71 *   2   7   7 * 83 * 77 * #   23   18   #  
North Dakota 84 * 34 * 66 * 16 * 16   4 * 8 * 71 * 86 * 1 * 14 * 15   18 *
Oklahoma 100   38 * 62 * #   7 * 10   38 * 44   57 * 12 * 31   9   3 *
Oregon 100   86 * 14 *   20   15   27   38   66   #   34   19   9  
South Dakota 77 * 25 * 75 * 23 * 18   2 * 12 * 68 * 86 * 3   10 * 17   9  
Utah 94   62   38   6   6   41 * 38 * 16 * 71   #   29   16   27  
Washington 95 * 72 * 28 * 5 * 11   35 * 28   26 * 58   10   31   12   4 *
— Not applicable. State contains no BIE schools.
# Rounds to zero.
* Significantly different (p < .05) from AI/AN students in the nation.
NOTE: BIE = Bureau of Indian Education. School density indicates the proportion of AI/AN students enrolled. Low density schools have less than 25 percent AI/AN students. High density schools have 25 percent or more. The national and state results reported here include only public and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools. Detail may not sum to total because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of eighth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP mathematics, by selected school and student characteristics and state/jurisdiction: 2011
State/Jurisdiction School type/density School location Eligibility for National School Lunch
Program
Students
with
disabilities
English
language
learners
Public Low
density
public
High
density
public
BIE City Suburb Town Rural Eligible
for free
lunch
Eligible for reduced-
price
lunch
Not
eligible
Nation 94   55   45   6   15   14   21   50   62   5   32   13   6  
Alaska 100   36 * 64 *   17   1 * 22   60 * 65   6   29   17 * 26 *
Arizona 82 * 31 * 69 * 18 * 15   7   24   54   70   6   23 * 13   7  
Minnesota 98 * 67   33   2 * 14   13   25   48   65   4   32   16   #  
Montana 97 * 42 * 58 * 3 * 20   #   12 * 68 * 70   8   21 * 16   11 *
New Mexico 77 * 25 * 75 * 23 * 18   4 * 21   57   85 * 3   12 * 14   28 *
North Carolina 100   51   49     1 * 14   37   48   67   #   33   11   2  
North Dakota 84 * 33 * 67 * 16 * 10   8 * 10 * 72 * 78 * 1 * 21 * 13   12 *
Oklahoma 100 * 37 * 63 * # * 7 * 12   31 * 50   58   6   36   7 * # *
Oregon 100   88 * 12 *   27   17   27   30 * 56   3   39   16   8  
South Dakota 71 * 25 * 75 * 29 * 20   #   11 * 69 * 83 * 4   13 * 13   3 *
Utah 100   72 * 28 * #   14   45 * 27   14 * 72   3   23   16   10  
Washington 95 * 79 * 21 * 5 * 18   34 * 15   33 * 58   2 * 41   24   4  
—Not applicable. State contains no BIE schools.
# Rounds to zero.
* Significantly different (p < .05) from AI/AN students in the nation.
NOTE: BIE = Bureau of Indian Education. School density indicates the proportion of AI/AN students enrolled. Low density schools have less than 25 percent AI/AN students. High density schools have 25 percent or more. The national and state results reported here include only public and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools. Detail may not sum to total because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of fourth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP reading, by selected school and student characteristics and state/jurisdiction: 2011
State/Jurisdiction School type/density School location Eligibility for National School Lunch
Program
Students
with
disabilities
English
language
learners
Public Low
density
public
High
density
public
BIE City Suburb Town Rural Eligible
for free
lunch
Eligible for reduced-
price
lunch
Not
eligible
Nation 93   51   49   7   16   14   21   49   66   7   27   14   9  
Alaska 100 32 * 68 *   17 2 * 16 66 * 67 3 * 27   18 32 *
Arizona 80 * 42 58 20 * 28 5 * 20 47   78 * 7 15 * 11 16 *
Minnesota 97 * 67 * 33 * 3 * 23 12 18 46   76 # 24   22 1 *
Montana 99 * 30 * 70 * 1 * 20 # 15 65 * 72 7 20 * 11 14
New Mexico 74 * 28 * 72 * 26 * 17 6 * 26 50 86 * 4 11 * 11 36 *
North Carolina 100 32 * 68 *   3 5 * 7 * 85 * 78 # 22   18 1
North Dakota 82 * 34 * 66 * 18 * 14 7 * 12 * 67 * 81 * # 19 * 10 14 *
Oklahoma 100 * 36 * 64 * # * 8 * 9 * 35 * 48   59 * 12 * 29   12 3 *
Oregon 100 82 * 18 *   21 10 29 39   66 # 32   15 10
South Dakota 76 * 23 * 77 * 24 * 14 2 * 12 * 72 * 88 * 3 * 9 * 17 9
Utah 95 64 36 5   8 31 * 40 * 21 * 74 2 24   14 27
Washington 95 74 * 26 * 5   15   29 * 25 30 * 65 4 30   21   3 *
—Not applicable. State contains no BIE schools.
# Rounds to zero.
* Significantly different (p < .05) from AI/AN students in the nation.
NOTE: BIE = Bureau of Indian Education. School density indicates the proportion of AI/AN students enrolled. Low density schools have less than 25 percent AI/AN students. High density schools have 25 percent or more. The national and state results reported here include only public and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools. Detail may not sum to total because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of eighth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP reading, by selected school and student characteristics and state/jurisdiction: 2011
State/Jurisdiction School type/density School location Eligibility for National School Lunch
Program
Students
with
disabilities
English
language
learners
Public Low
density
public
High
density
public
BIE City Suburb Town Rural Eligible
for free
lunch
Eligible for reduced-
price
lunch
Not
eligible
Nation 94   58   42   6   18   12   24   46   61   6   32   14   6  
Alaska 100   36 * 64 *   16   1 * 21   61 * 68 * 4   28   14   26 *
Arizona 82 * 34 * 66 * 18 * 17   8   22   54   72 * 7   19 * 12   5  
Minnesota 99 * 75 * 25 * 1 * 8   15   29   47   51   3   45   8   #  
Montana 96 * 38 * 62 * 4 * 16   #   19   65 * 72 * 5   23 * 12   10  
New Mexico 77 * 25 * 75 * 23 * 18   2 * 20   60 * 81 * 4   14 * 11   28 *
North Carolina 100   41 * 59 *   5 * 1   34   60   71   2 * 27   15   2  
North Dakota 81 * 29 * 71 * 19 * 9 * 7 * 13   71 * 77 * #   23 * 12   11 *
Oklahoma 100 * 36 * 64 * # * 8 * 11   30   51   54 * 6   40 * 16   # *
Oregon 100   87 * 13 *   19   17   25   39   66   #   30   17   9  
South Dakota 69 * 25 * 75 * 31 * 19   #   10   71 * 82 * 3 * 16 * 14   5  
Utah 100   79 * 21 * #   32   32 * 28   8 * 68   #   32   13   9  
Washington 95   79 * 21 * 5   17   44 * 11   28 * 45 * 12   43   12   4  
—Not applicable. State contains no BIE schools.
# Rounds to zero.
* Significantly different (p < .05) from AI/AN students in the nation.
NOTE: BIE = Bureau of Indian Education. School density indicates the proportion of AI/AN students enrolled. Low density schools have less than 25 percent AI/AN students. High density schools have 25 percent or more. The national and state results reported here include only public and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools. Detail may not sum to total because of rounding.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of fourth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP reading, by region and selected school and student characteristics: 2011
Region BIE
schools
School location Eligibility for free or reduced-
price lunch
Students with disabilities English language learners
City Suburb Town Rural
Atlantic 1 10 13 16 61 76 17 2
North Central 8 17 12 16 55 70 16 4
South Central 2 10 19 28 44 65 11 4
Mountain 17 21 8 25 47 82 11 19
Pacific 1 24 22 18 36 63 15 12
NOTE: AI/AN = American Indian/Alaska Native. BIE = Bureau of Indian Education.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of eighth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP reading, by region and selected school and student characteristics: 2011
Region BIE
schools
School location Eligibility for free or reduced-
price lunch
Students with disabilities English language learners
City Suburb Town Rural
Atlantic 1 19 16 21 44 65 13 1
North Central 10 18 16 17 50 63 15 2
South Central 2 14 11 26 49 60 14 3
Mountain 15 22 7 21 51 77 13 12
Pacific 1 23 14 30 33 65 14 7
NOTE: AI/AN = American Indian/Alaska Native. BIE = Bureau of Indian Education.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of fourth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP mathematics, by region and selected school and student characteristics: 2011
Region BIE
schools
School location Eligibility for free or reduced-
price lunch
Students with disabilities English language learners
City Suburb Town Rural
Atlantic 1 10 13 14 63 70 16 3
North Central 7 19 10 17 54 71 18 4
South Central 2 11 15 29 45 66 10 5
Mountain 17 19 8 24 49 84 12 19
Pacific 1 25 20 17 38 60 15 13
NOTE: AI/AN = American Indian/Alaska Native. BIE = Bureau of Indian Education.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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Percentage of eighth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in NAEP mathematics, by region and selected school and student characteristics: 2011
Region BIE
schools
School location Eligibility for free or reduced-
price lunch
Students with disabilities English language learners
City Suburb Town Rural
Atlantic 1 11 28 20 41 62 19 1
North Central 10 16 11 18 55 69 12 2
South Central 2 9 12 29 50 58 6 2
Mountain 15 18 8 22 52 77 14 12
Pacific 1 25 21 13 41 61 16 9
NOTE: AI/AN = American Indian/Alaska Native. BIE = Bureau of Indian Education.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 National Indian Education Study.

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