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State Exclusion Rates

NAEP has always endeavored to assess all sampled students selected, including students with disabilities (SD) and/or English language learners (ELL). The decision to exclude any of these students is made by school personnel. School personnel are encouraged to use inclusion criteria provided by NAEP and may discuss their inclusion decisions with NAEP field staff. Some students may participate with test accommodations. Read more about the NAEP inclusion policy. See exclusion rates by other race/ethnicity categories.

 Mathematics
Reading
Percentage of fourth- and eighth-grade American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students with disabilities identified, excluded, and assessed in NAEP reading, as a percentage of all AI/AN students, by state/jurisdiction: 2011
Grade State/jurisdiction Students with disabilities
Identified Excluded Assessed
With
accom-
modations
Without accom-
modations
4 Nation 17 4 9 4
Alaska 20 2 15 2
Arizona 13 2 10 1
Minnesota 25 3 15 6
Montana 16 5 7 4
New Mexico 15 4 8 3
North Carolina 18 1 15 3
North Dakota 21 12 5 3
Oklahoma 15 3 7 5
Oregon 17 2 7 7
South Dakota 19 3 8 8
Utah 15 1 11 3
Washington 25 4 12 9
8 Nation 16 3 11 3
Alaska 16 2 13 1
Arizona 13 1 11 1
Minnesota 15 8 5 3
Montana 18 7 8 3
New Mexico 13 2 7 4
North Carolina 16 # 14 1
North Dakota 23 12 8 3
Oklahoma 19 3 12 4
Oregon 22 6 16 #
South Dakota 17 3 10 4
Utah 19 7 7 5
Washington 14 2 12 #
# Rounds to zero.
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. The national and state results reported here include only public and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Reading Assessment.

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