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2009 Grade 12 Reading and Mathematics Results


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Reading Results Acrobat Reader

NOTE: The NAEP Reading scale ranges from 0 to 500. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. Ninety-four percent of the 2,200 New Hampshire Grade 12 students sampled for the NAEP Reading Assessment were identified as White, Non-Hispanic; 1% were Black; 2% were Hispanic; 2% were Asian/Pacific Islander.

Mathematics Results Acrobat Reader

NOTE: The NAEP Mathematics scale ranges from 0 to 300. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. Ninety-four percent of the 2100 New Hampshire Grade 12 students sampled were identified as White, Non-Hispanic; 1% were Black; 2% were Hispanic; 2% were Asian/Pacific Islander.

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Table # NAEP 2009 Grade 12 Reading
Table 1 All Students
Table 2 White, Non-Hispanic Students
Table 3 Non-White (including Hispanic) Students
Table 4 Female Students
Table 5 White, Non-Hispanic Female Students
Table 6 Non-White (including Hispanic) Female Students
Table 7 Male Students
Table 8 White, Non-Hispanic Male Students
Table 9 Non-White (including Hispanic) Male Students
Table 10 Students Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 11 Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 12 White, Non-Hispanic Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 13 Non-White (including Hispanic) Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 14 Students with a Disability, including students with a 504
Table 15 Students without a Disability
Table 16 Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from High School
Table 17 White, Non-Hispanic Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from High School
Table 18 Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
Table 19 White, Non-Hispanic Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
Table 20 Non-White, (including Hispanic) Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
  NAEP 2009 Grade 12 Mathematics
Table 21 All Students
Table 22 White, Non-Hispanic Students
Table 23 Non-White (including Hispanic) Students
Table 24 Female Students
Table 25 White, Non-Hispanic Female Students
Table 26 Male Students
Table 27 White, Non-Hispanic Male Students
Table 28 Non-White (including Hispanic) Male Students
Table 29 Students Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 30 Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 31 White, Non-Hispanic Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 32 Non-White (including Hispanic) Students Not Eligible for participation in the National School Lunch Program
Table 33 Students with a Disability, including students with a 504
Table 34 Students without a Disability
Table 35 Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from High School
Table 36 White, Non-Hispanic Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from High School
Table 37 Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
Table 38 White, Non-Hispanic Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
Table 39 Non-White, (including Hispanic) Students with Highest Parental Education Level - Graduated from College
  NAEP 2009 Grades 4, 8, & 12
Table 40 Reading - White & Non-White Comparisons
Table 41 Mathematics - White & Non-White Comparisons

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2009 Reading Assessment, 2009 Mathematics Assessment.

 


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