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Actual inclusion rate, nation-based benchmark inclusion rate, and difference for students with disabilities who are not English language learners in mathematics at grade 4, by state: 2005, 2007, 2009

State 2005 2007 2009
Actual Benchmark Difference Actual Benchmark Difference Actual Benchmark Difference
Alabama 89.6 81.4 8.2 88.3 84.0 4.3 90.4 83.3 7.1
Alaska 93.7 84.7 9.1 91.3 82.7 8.6 93.3 85.3 8.0
Arizona 80.3 83.3 -3.0 83.4 84.0 -0.6 89.8 82.8 7.0
Arkansas 86.3 80.3 6.0 79.8 79.9 -0.1 89.3 82.3 7.0
California 81.0 82.5 -1.5 83.9 83.9 0.1 85.1 86.2 -1.1
Colorado 83.7 80.0 3.7 88.2 82.3 5.9 87.1 80.3 6.8
Connecticut 87.9 85.7 2.2 89.7 84.5 5.1 87.3 85.9 1.4
Delaware 58.4 79.5 -21.1 73.1 79.4 -6.3 79.7 77.1 2.7
District of Columbia 67.7 76.4 -8.7 66.3 79.2 -12.9 74.1 79.3 -5.2
Florida 88.6 83.2 5.3 88.3 85.0 3.3 90.1 86.5 3.7
Georgia 87.9 84.8 3.1 83.5 84.2 -0.7 88.8 86.7 2.2
Hawaii 85.2 82.3 2.9 90.5 84.3 6.2 88.7 83.1 5.6
Idaho 92.2 81.3 10.9 86.3 83.1 3.2 89.9 85.2 4.6
Illinois 86.5 81.5 5.0 77.6 83.3 -5.7 89.0 85.6 3.4
Indiana 91.7 84.6 7.2 85.7 85.0 0.7 85.5 86.4 -1.0
Iowa 88.3 85.5 2.8 90.0 84.0 5.9 87.9 82.7 5.2
Kansas 85.7 80.0 5.7 78.9 80.7 -1.7 79.9 82.4 -2.5
Kentucky 83.7 78.8 4.9 84.2 82.5 1.7 81.1 82.7 -1.6
Louisiana 83.8 84.9 -1.1 87.8 85.4 2.4 91.1 86.4 4.7
Maine 83.0 82.1 0.9 83.7 82.7 1.0 92.4 83.6 8.8
Maryland 79.4 82.1 -2.8 72.7 81.7 -9.0 70.3 82.1 -11.8
Massachusetts 83.9 82.1 1.7 74.3 79.0 -4.7 77.1 79.2 -2.2
Michigan 74.6 77.9 -3.3 76.1 82.6 -6.5 82.2 85.2 -3.0
Minnesota 86.3 82.5 3.8 85.9 83.1 2.9 88.8 84.5 4.3
Mississippi 80.4 87.5 -7.0 92.3 86.3 6.0 92.1 86.3 5.8
Missouri 87.2 81.9 5.3 76.6 82.2 -5.6 82.6 82.0 0.6
Montana 83.4 78.9 4.5 81.7 80.6 1.1 86.5 83.9 2.6
Nebraska 88.7 84.1 4.6 85.7 86.1 -0.4 86.7 88.0 -1.2
Nevada 80.7 83.8 -3.1 84.5 83.1 1.3 83.4 84.5 -1.0
New Hampshire 90.3 82.3 8.0 88.7 83.7 5.1 89.2 82.8 6.4
New Jersey 87.7 84.7 3.0 88.0 84.4 3.6 87.0 84.8 2.2
New Mexico 89.3 81.5 7.8 83.2 82.7 0.5 83.1 84.0 -0.9
New York 83.7 83.5 0.2 91.2 85.7 5.5 94.3 86.1 8.3
North Carolina 87.5 81.5 6.0 89.7 85.7 3.9 86.6 85.7 0.9
North Dakota 85.5 83.4 2.1 76.3 81.8 -5.4 77.3 83.0 -5.7
Ohio 73.0 78.0 -5.0 71.5 78.5 -6.9 81.3 81.0 0.3
Oklahoma 78.8 80.0 -1.1 67.8 83.4 -15.6 74.7 85.6 -10.8
Oregon 78.7 80.1 -1.4 85.8 81.5 4.3 85.3 83.0 2.3
Pennsylvania 85.3 80.6 4.7 86.1 82.8 3.3 85.2 83.5 1.7
Rhode Island 87.9 84.3 3.6 91.0 84.6 6.3 91.0 85.6 5.4
South Carolina 73.8 83.8 -10.0 88.1 85.7 2.5 87.8 86.6 1.1
South Dakota 91.0 85.4 5.7 92.2 85.4 6.8 87.0 85.4 1.6
Tennessee 76.1 76.2 0.0 59.4 76.2 -16.8 75.8 80.1 -4.3
Texas 65.2 84.2 -19.0 62.8 83.9 -21.0 73.0 81.4 -8.4
Utah 88.6 82.1 6.5 84.4 84.2 0.2 83.5 83.7 -0.2
Vermont 80.4 80.1 0.3 86.4 81.1 5.2 89.2 82.3 6.9
Virginia 71.6 81.4 -9.8 74.1 81.9 -7.8 86.3 83.4 2.8
Washington 85.4 80.7 4.7 85.7 84.1 1.6 87.3 83.1 4.2
West Virginia 88.5 84.2 4.3 91.6 87.2 4.4 91.0 85.3 5.8
Wisconsin 88.3 80.7 7.6 85.5 83.8 1.7 87.8 83.4 4.5
Wyoming 91.8 82.3 9.6 89.6 83.1 6.6 93.4 86.4 7.0
NOTE: The difference in this table (the actual inclusion rate minus the nation-based benchmark inclusion rate) is also used in the report as the status measure.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) 2005, 2007, and 2009 Mathematics Assessments.

Last updated 26 August 2011 (EP)
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