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Range among states of the percentages of public school students with disabilities who are not English language learners and are identified with a disability type, in NAEP mathematics: 2005, 2007, and 2009, grades 4 and 8

   
Range among states of the percentages of public school students with disabilities who are not English language learners and are identified with a disability type, in mathematics at grade 4: 2005, 2007, and 2009
Disability type Year Min National
average
Max
Specific Learning Disability 2005 25 48 70
2007 15 45 63
2009 16 42 60
Speech Impairment 2005 10 27 45
2007 7 29 48
2009 9 31 44
Mental Retardation 2005 1 6 17
2007 2 6 13
2009 1 5 16
Emotional Disturbance 2005 2 6 14
2007 1 5 13
2009 2 5 14
Autism 2005 # 3 7
2007 # 4 11
2009 1 5 13
Other Health Impairment 2005 1 8 19
2007 2 11 26
2009 3 12 24
Other Disability 2005 4 9 21
2007 4 10 26
2009 5 11 31
Missing 2005 2 11 24
2007 2 7 23
2009 2 6 18
# Rounds to zero.
NOTE: More than one disability type may have been indicated for a student.
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.
 
Range among states of the percentages of public school students with disabilities who are not English language learners and are identified with a disability type, in mathematics at grade 8: 2005, 2007, and 2009
Disability type Year Min National
average
Max
Specific Learning Disability 2005 37 58 73
2007 27 57 72
2009 23 55 71
Speech Impairment 2005 1 8 21
2007 1 8 24
2009 1 9 16
Mental Retardation 2005 1 7 23
2007 2 8 23
2009 1 7 17
Emotional Disturbance 2005 1 8 17
2007 1 8 19
2009 2 7 16
Autism 2005 # 2 7
2007 # 3 9
2009 1 4 9
Other Health Impairment 2005 2 9 24
2007 2 12 25
2009 2 14 27
Other Disability 2005 3 8 19
2007 3 9 21
2009 4 10 27
Missing 2005 5 11 20
2007 2 7 22
2009 1 6 20
# Rounds to zero.
NOTE: More than one disability type may have been indicated for a student.
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 31 August 2011 (EP)
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