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1
Fresno
Fresno>061326923336
2
Austin
Austin>071228224734
3
District of Columbia (DCPS)
District of Columbia (DCPS)>091025922832
4
Philadelphia
Philadelphiax013627424331
5
Los Angeles
Los Angelesx013627124129
6
San Diego
San Diegox013627324528
7
Atlanta
Atlantax211627524827
8
Boston
Bostonx016327524926
9
Charlotte
Charlottex212527825226
10
Chicago
Chicagox117127324924
 
Large city
Large city 314427124823
 
National public
National publicx314427525123
11
Albuquerque
Albuquerquex315126724522
12
Jefferson County (KY)
Jefferson County (KY)x315127325122
13
Hillsborough County (FL)
Hillsborough County (FL)x315127625422
14
Milwaukee
Milwaukeex315125523422
15
Miami-Dade
Miami-Dadex810127425419
16
Baltimore City
Baltimore Cityx711126124318
17
Houston
Houston<810126624817
18
Dallas
Dallas<99126124516
19
New York City
New York City<910026725314
20
Detroit
Detroit<18102412356
N/A
Cleveland
Cleveland240
‡ Reporting standards not met.
Dallas NOTE: The 2017 assessed sample for Dallas in grade 4 reading was not representative of the target population for two major reporting groups: Hispanic and English language learner students. Assessed samples in Dallas for other grades and subjects in 2017 were unaffected.
NOTE: DCPS = District of Columbia Public Schools. 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), 2011 Reading Assessment.