OrderSort by jurisdictionCross-
jurisdiction
significant
difference
Number of Jurisdictions
Significantly
White
percent at or above Basic
Hispanic
percent at or above Basic
White - Hispanic Gap
percent at or above Basic
highernot
different
lower2009
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1
Austin
Austinx094965442
2
San Diego
San Diegox0112895039
3
Houston
Houstonx0112915338
4
Los Angeles
Los Angelesx0112763937
 
Large city
Large city 0132854837
5
Charlotte
Charlottex0121945836
6
New York City
New York Cityx0112834736
7
Cleveland
Clevelandx0130612635
 
National public
National publicx1122865234
8
Fresno
Fresnox0130663432
9
Chicago
Chicagox1120784830
10
Milwaukee
Milwaukeex0130815229
11
Boston
Bostonx1120855828
12
Jefferson County (KY)
Jefferson County (KY)x0130855826
13
Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade<670927022
14
Philadelphia
Philadelphia<580614021
N/A
Detroit
Detroit38
N/A
Baltimore City
Baltimore City60
N/A
Atlanta
Atlanta96
‡ Reporting standards not met.
NOTE: Black includes African American, Hispanic includes Latino, and Pacific Islander includes Native Hawaiian. Race categories exclude Hispanic origin. Prior to 2011, students in the "two or more races" category were categorized as "unclassified." National public and Large city are not included in sorting the jurisdictions. Score differences are calculated based on differences between unrounded scores.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2009 Science Assessment.