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NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: Nationwide
2017-2015-2013

2017 NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: Rank-ordered by State

2017 NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities by Achievement Level by State

NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: by State
2017-2015-2013

2017 NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: Nationwide by Race/Ethnicity

 
 

NAEP and Students with Disabilities

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Performance. Below is the percentage of students with disabilities (students with IEPs) scoring at Basic or above (e.g., Basic, Proficient, Advanced) on 4th and 8th grade math and reading.

In making annual determinations regarding states' implementation of IDEA, the U.S. Dept. of Education determines a state's performance on NAEP by rank-ordering the states then awarding the top third of states a score of '2', middle third a score of '1' and the bottom third of states a score of '0'.

MathGrade4 States at or above basic 2017

MathGrade8Statesatorabovebasic

Reading Grade 4 Students with Disabilities Basic and Above 2017

Reading Grade 8 Students with Disabilities Basic and Above 2017

Participation. Participation in NAEP is judged based on the percentage of the selected students with disabilities who took the assessment. States are rated satisfactory if participation is 85 percent or higher while states with rates below 85 percent are found to be unsatisfactory.

States with unsatisfactory participation rates in the 2017 NAEP appear below. These states are, however, listed by NAEP as having a rate higher than or not significantly different from the goal of 85% when taking into account standard error estimates.

Math Reading
4th Grade 8th Grade 4th Grade 8th Grade

California (83%)

Hawaii (84%)

Michigan (81%)

Texas (79%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hawaii (84%)

Louisiana (78%)

Texas (81%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Georgia (82%)

Hawaii (83%)

Kentucky (82%)

Louisiana (84%)

Michigan (82%)

Texas (81%)

 

 

 

 

Georgia (80%)

Hawaii (83%)

Idaho (83%)

Kentucky (83%)

Louisiana (82%)

Maryland (84%)

Michigan (84%)

Tennessee (81%)

Texas (81%)

 

Sources: 2017 Reading and Math Grades 4 and 8 Assessment Report Cards: Summary Data Tables for National and State Sample Sizes, Participation Rates, Proportions of SD and ELL Students Identified, and Types of Accommodations available here.

 
 
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