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Student Response and Exclusion Rates for the 2006 Economics Assessment

The table below presents the weighted student response and exclusion rates for the 2006 economics assessment by school type (public, Catholic, non-Catholic private) for grade 12. The weighted response rates utilize the student base weights, and indicate the weighted percentage of assessed students as a percentage of all students to be assessed. The exclusion rates give the weighted percentage of excluded students with disabilities (SD) or excluded English language learners (ELL) as a percentage of all absent, assessed, and excluded students.

Weighted student response and exclusion rates for public and private schools, grade 12 economics assessment, by school type: 2006
School type Weighted student response rates Weighted percent of all students who are SD and excluded Weighted percent of all students who are ELL and excluded
National public 71.94 2.58 0.39
National private 86.96 0.31 0.28
Catholic 83.97 # #
Non-Catholic private 91.04 0.68 0.60
# Rounds to zero.
NOTE: SD = Students with disabilities; ELL = English language learners. The 2006 economics assessment was given only at grade 12.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2006 Economics Assessment.

Last updated 13 April 2010 (GF)

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