Report Shows Cali Students Rank Almost Last On State Tests

California doesn’t do too well on state tests, according to a report by the National Assessment of Educational Progress.                                                                                                                                                                                          

The state ranks 45 out of 50 nationally, based on results from students from grades 4 through 8 who rank proficient or better in reading and math.

On average, 28 percent of students in California rank at or above proficient, according to the nation’s report card. Only West Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and New Mexico rank below the Golden State.

But at least Cali isn’t New Mexico, which ranks last.

View some cool graphs from Graphiq and read more about the rankings at The Mercury News.


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K-12

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 04:59

School closures have hit special needs students especially hard. Parents of children with disabilities report their children backsliding without the expert, in-person interaction they once had.