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Percentage of eighth-grade public school students identified as students with disabilities and/or English language learners excluded and assessed in NAEP mathematics and science, as a percentage of all students, by state: 2011
  Mathematics Science
  Identified Excluded Assessed Identified Excluded Assessed
State Total Without
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    Nation (public) 18 3 15 5 10 18 2 16 5 11
Alabama 12 1 11 7 4 12 1 11 7 4
Alaska 21 3 18 4 14 21 1 20 4 16
Arizona 12 1 11 2 9 12 1 11 2 9
Arkansas 16 1 14 3 12 16 1 15 3 12
California 23 1 22 15 7 23 2 22 14 8
Colorado 16 1 15 5 10 16 1 15 5 10
Connecticut 16 1 15 2 12 16 1 15 2 13
Delaware 16 3 13 2 11 16 2 14 2 12
District of Columbia 21 4 17 2 15 21 1 20 2 18
DoDEA1 14 3 11 3 8 14 1 13 3 10
Florida 19 2 17 1 16 19 1 17 1 16
Georgia 12 3 9 2 7 12 2 10 2 8
Hawaii 20 2 18 7 11 20 2 18 7 11
Idaho 12 1 10 3 7 12 1 10 4 7
Illinois  17 2 15 3 12 17 1 16 3 12
Indiana 17 3 14 2 12 17 1 16 3 13
Iowa  17 1 16 2 14 17 1 16 2 14
Kansas  18 1 16 7 9 18 1 16 7 9
Kentucky 13 3 10 2 8 13 3 10 2 8
Louisiana 15 1 14 1 13 15 1 14 1 13
Maine 20 2 18 4 14 20 2 18 4 14
Maryland 14 6 8 1 7 14 2 12 1 11
Massachusetts 22 4 18 3 15 22 3 19 3 16
Michigan 14 4 11 3 8 14 3 12 3 8
Minnesota 17 2 15 6 9 17 2 15 7 8
Mississippi 8 1 7 1 6 8 1 7 1 6
Missouri 14 1 12 2 10 14 1 13 3 10
Montana  13 2 12 2 9 13 2 12 3 9
Nebraska 16 4 13 4 9 16 1 15 3 12
Nevada 18 3 15 6 9 18 1 17 6 11
New Hampshire 20 2 18 4 14 20 2 18 5 13
New Jersey 19 4 15 1 14 19 1 18 1 17
New Mexico 22 2 20 10 10 22 2 20 10 10
New York  20 1 19 # 18 20 1 19 # 18
North Carolina 18 2 16 3 12 18 2 16 4 12
North Dakota  16 4 11 3 9 16 3 13 2 10
Ohio 16 5 11 1 10 16 2 14 2 12
Oklahoma 18 10 8 4 4 18 3 15 5 10
Oregon 18 1 16 6 11 18 2 16 6 10
Pennsylvania 17 2 15 2 13 17 1 16 2 15
Rhode Island 19 1 18 4 13 19 1 19 4 14
South Carolina 15 4 11 4 8 15 1 14 5 9
South Dakota 13 2 11 4 7 13 1 11 3 8
Tennessee  13 4 9 1 8 13 1 12 1 10
Texas 18 5 13 8 5 18 2 16 8 8
Utah 14 3 11 3 8 14 2 12 3 9
Vermont 20 1 18 4 15 20 1 18 4 14
Virginia 18 3 15 6 9 18 3 15 5 10
Washington  16 2 14 4 10 16 2 14 5 10
West Virginia 14 2 12 3 9 14 2 12 3 9
Wisconsin  18 2 16 2 14 18 2 16 3 14
Wyoming 14 1 13 2 11 14 1 13 2 11
# Rounds to zero.
1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).
NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals 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 Mathematics and Science Assessments.

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Exclusion rates in TIMSS assessments at grade 8, by education system/validation state: 2011
Education system/validation state Exclusion rate
Abu Dhabi-UAE 2
Alabama-USA1 5
Alberta-CAN 7
Armenia 2
Australia 3
Bahrain 2
California-USA1 6
Chile 3
Chinese Taipei-CHN 1
Colorado-USA1 4
Connecticut-USA1 9
Dubai-UAE 4
England-GBR 2
Finland 3
Florida-USA1 7
Georgia  5
Ghana 1
Hong Kong SAR2 5
Hungary 4
Indiana-USA1 6
Indonesia 3
Iran, Islamic Republic of  2
Israel 23
Italy 5
Japan 3
Jordan #
Kazakhstan 5
Korea, Republic of  2
Lebanon 1
Lithuania  5
Macedonia, Republic of  3
Malaysia #
Massachusetts-USA1 8
Minnesota-USA1 4
Morocco #
New Zealand 3
North Carolina-USA1 11
Norway 2
Oman 1
Ontario-CAN 6
Palestinian National Authority 2
Qatar 5
Quebec-CAN 5
Romania 1
Russian Federation 6
Saudi Arabia 1
Singapore 6
Slovenia 2
Sweden 5
Syrian Arab Republic 2
Thailand  2
Tunisia #
Turkey 2
Ukraine 3
United Arab Emirates 3
United States 7

# Rounds to zero.
1 Validation state.
2 Hong Kong SAR is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China.
NOTE: Validation states are those U.S. states that participated in the 2011 TIMSS assessment at the state level. Results for validation states include public schools only. Results for education systems (including the United States) include public and private schools.
SOURCE: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), 2011.

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