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Trends in Educational Achievement: An International, National and Local Comparison of Student Performance. Where We Stand Internationally. Where We Stand Internationally. Where we Stand Internationally. Racial Achievement Gap. Racial Achievement Gap. Racial Achievement Gap. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Trends in Educational Achievement:

An International, National and Local Comparison of Student Performance

Where We Stand Internationally

Where We Stand Internationally

Where we Stand Internationally

Racial Achievement Gap

Racial Achievement Gap

Racial Achievement Gap

Racial Achievement Gap

Income Achievement Gap

Intersection of Race and Poverty

Intersection of Race and Poverty

What makes a difference?

Multi-County Comparisons of Reading AYP, 2007-2008% Achieving Proficiency, by race

Multi-County Comparisons of Reading AYP, 2007-2008% Achieving Proficiency, by social factor

Multi-County Comparison of 2008 SAT Scores*

Average total (2400 max)Average Reading + Math (1600 max)*Effective fall 2007, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was expanded to include a writing section. Each of the three sections can now receive a maximum score of 800 points, making possible a total score of 2400 on all three sections.

Multi-County Comparison % students taking SAT, 2008

CMS EOG Math Result 2006-09% Level III/IV, by raceCMS EOG Math Result 2006-08% Level III/IV, by social factor

2007-08 Multi-County Comparison,Graduation Rates by Gender

2007-08 Multi-County Comparison,Graduation Rates by Social Factor2007-08 Multi-County Comparison,Graduation Rates by Race

CMS Math Scores - 2009

CMS Math Gap Trends

CMS Reading Scores - 2009

CMS Reading Gap Trends

CMS Science Scores - 2009

CMS Science Gap Trends

1. CMS Department of Instructional Accountabilityhttp://pmd.cms.k12.nc.us/School%20Performance/Schools/Profile.aspx

2. North Carolina Department of Public Instructionhttp://ayp.ncpublicschools.org/2008/app/leaimp/Detail.cgi

3. ies National Center for Education Statisticshttp://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d07/tables/dt07_100.asp

4. McKinsey & Company Social Sector Officehttp://mckinsey.com/clientservice/socialsector/achievementgap.asp

5. Multi-County Comparison of Students Taking SAThttp://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/newsroom/news/2008-09/0826/sat-performance.pdf

6. Education Resource Strategies: Rethinking Resources for Student Success, January 27, 2009

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