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NAEP State Mapping - State Standard Mapping Full Population Estimate Analysis Mathematics Grade 4 2003

Results of mapping state standards to the grade 4 NAEP mathematics scale using full population estimates: 2003
State State name Number of schools
used in
mapping
Estimated proportion of students meeting the state proficiency standard Estimated NAEP score equivalent
to the state proficiency standard
Estimated standard
error of the NAEP score equivalent
AK Alaska 110 0.67 223 1.3
AR Arkansas 115 0.60 223 1.2
CA California 216 0.45 230 1.4
CT Connecticut 108 0.80 215 1.0
DC District of Columbia 103 0.54 200 0.8
FL Florida 103 0.55 230 1.2
GA Georgia 147 0.74 211 1.2
IA Iowa 130 0.77 218 1.1
ID Idaho 114 0.77 216 1.0
KS Kansas 130 0.74 225 1.7
LA Louisiana 109 0.58 221 1.0
MA Massachusetts 161 0.38 251 1.0
ME Maine 145 0.29 252 0.9
MI Michigan 133 0.64 225 1.0
MO Missouri 126 0.37 244 1.0
MS Mississippi 107 0.74 203 1.2
MT Montana 142 0.75 219 1.0
NC North Carolina 151 0.92 201 1.6
ND North Dakota 176 0.59 233 0.8
NJ New Jersey 109 0.68 226 1.4
NV Nevada 106 0.51 227 1.1
NY New York 145 0.79 212 1.3
OH Ohio 163 0.59 231 1.1
SC South Carolina 101 0.33 247 1.0
TX Texas 194 0.88 204 1.3
WA Washington 96 0.54 235 1.3
WI Wisconsin 127 0.70 222 1.2
WY Wyoming 145 0.36 250 0.6
NOTE: NAEP mathematics cut scores at grade 4 are 214 for Basic and 249 for Proficient. The following states’ grade 4 mathematics test data were not used in the analysis or received special treatment: CT, LA, and OH—standard used for mapping is different from the standard specified as the AYP level; AL, AZ, CO, DE, HI, IL, IN, KY, MD, MN, NE, NH, NM, OK, OR, PA, RI, SD, TN, UT, VA, VT, and WV—state assessment data not available. For more information about missing states and exclusion rates in each state, see A Profile of State Assessment Standards. For more information on the number of schools in the 2003 NAEP sample, see Appendix A (672K PDF) in The Nation's Report Card: Mathematics 2003.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2003 Mathematics Assessment and National Longitudinal School-Level State Assessment Score Database (NLSLSASD).

See more data tables on the potential effects of exclusion on mapping state proficiency standards onto NAEP scales.

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Last updated 23 October 2009 (EP)

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