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Change in Math Proficiency - 8th Grade

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Definition

Percent change in math proficiency among 8th grade students, 2003-2011.

Description

Educational attainment is a major factor in an individual’s future earning power, and the math skills that students develop in middle school are critical to future academic success. This indicator tracks the change, over time, of the percentage of 8th grade students demonstrating grade-level proficiency in math.

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Change in Math Proficiency - 8th Grade

Math Proficiency - 8th Grade (%)
State20032005200720092011
United States  28.8%  29.8%  32.2%  33.9%  34.7% 
Alabama  15.7%  15.2%  18.2%  20.4%  20.1% 
Alaska  30.0%  28.7%  32.2%  33.5%  35.2% 
Arizona  20.9%  25.7%  26.3%  29.0%  31.5% 
Arkansas  18.6%  22.0%  24.4%  27.0%  29.3% 
California  21.7%  21.8%  23.9%  23.4%  25.3% 
Colorado  34.4%  32.0%  37.4%  39.7%  43.5% 
Connecticut  35.2%  34.6%  34.7%  39.8%  38.1% 
Delaware  25.7%  29.7%  31.3%  31.7%  31.9% 
District of Columbia  5.9%  6.9%  8.0%  11.2%  17.0% 
Florida  23.3%  25.6%  27.4%  29.0%  27.7% 
Georgia  21.5%  23.2%  24.7%  26.8%  27.8% 
Hawaii  16.8%  18.2%  21.2%  25.3%  30.0% 
Idaho  28.3%  30.0%  34.1%  38.4%  36.9% 
Illinois  29.2%  28.6%  30.8%  33.1%  32.8% 
Indiana  30.7%  30.4%  35.1%  36.2%  34.1% 
Iowa  33.4%  33.7%  35.2%  33.9%  33.6% 
Kansas  34.0%  34.2%  40.2%  39.5%  40.8% 
Kentucky  23.7%  22.5%  27.3%  27.2%  30.7% 
Louisiana  17.2%  16.1%  19.0%  20.3%  22.3% 
Maine  29.4%  29.9%  34.1%  35.3%  38.8% 
Maryland  29.8%  29.6%  36.5%  40.1%  40.4% 
Massachusetts  38.3%  43.3%  50.7%  51.7%  51.2% 
Michigan  27.8%  29.3%  28.9%  30.5%  30.8% 
Minnesota  43.7%  42.7%  43.1%  46.9%  47.6% 
Mississippi  12.3%  13.5%  13.6%  15.2%  19.3% 
Missouri  28.0%  26.0%  29.9%  35.5%  31.5% 
Montana  34.9%  36.0%  37.6%  43.6%  45.6% 
Nebraska  32.3%  34.9%  34.6%  34.6%  32.8% 
Nevada  20.3%  21.3%  23.0%  24.8%  28.6% 
New Hampshire  34.7%  34.6%  37.9%  43.3%  43.6% 
New Jersey  33.3%  35.9%  40.4%  44.4%  46.8% 
New Mexico  15.1%  14.0%  17.4%  20.2%  23.8% 
New York  32.0%  30.8%  30.2%  33.7%  30.0% 
North Carolina  32.2%  31.9%  34.5%  35.6%  37.0% 
North Dakota  36.3%  34.6%  41.0%  43.1%  42.6% 
Ohio  30.4%  33.1%  35.4%  35.7%  38.9% 
Oklahoma  20.1%  20.6%  21.3%  23.8%  27.3% 
Oregon  32.0%  33.7%  34.8%  36.6%  32.7% 
Pennsylvania  29.9%  30.9%  38.3%  39.8%  38.9% 
Rhode Island  23.8%  23.5%  27.7%  27.8%  33.9% 
South Carolina  26.3%  29.9%  31.9%  30.2%  31.8% 
South Dakota  34.7%  36.5%  39.1%  41.5%  41.7% 
Tennessee  21.0%  20.6%  23.1%  25.2%  23.9% 
Texas  24.9%  30.7%  34.7%  36.2%  40.0% 
Utah  31.0%  29.5%  32.4%  35.1%  34.9% 
Vermont  35.0%  37.8%  41.4%  43.5%  46.0% 
Virginia  31.1%  33.4%  37.5%  35.6%  39.7% 
Washington  32.3%  36.0%  35.9%  39.4%  40.4% 
West Virginia  19.6%  17.9%  18.5%  19.4%  21.3% 
Wisconsin  35.2%  35.8%  37.0%  39.3%  41.0% 
Wyoming  32.3%  29.0%  36.0%  34.7%  37.4% 

“National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): State Math Assessment.” Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011.

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