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Data: Achievement for Urban Districts on NAEP

Twenty-one city school districts took park in NAEP testing in 2015. Of those, only the District of Columbia saw improvements in both reading and math for both grades 4 and 8. Average scored declined across both subjects and grades for Baltimore city schools.

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Achievement for Urban Districts on NAEP

Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2013 and 2015 Mathematics and Reading Assessments | Design & Visualization: Linda Jurkowitz

Vol. 35, Issue 11, Page 12

Published in Print: November 4, 2015, as Achievement for Urban Districts
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