Ohio Achievement Gap

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When the Ohio Department of Education released statewide student-performance data this spring, the results were broken out by race and ethnicity for the first time. The data below show the percentages of 6th graders who met or exceeded the minimum state performance standard on 2000-01 state mathematics and reading-proficiency tests.

SOURCE: Ohio Department of Education

Vol. 21, Issue 40, Page 20

Published in Print: June 12, 2002, as Ohio Achievement Gap
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