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Summary Tables 1-21

Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program: Summary of 2013 Results
California Standards Test Results, 2003–2013
Table 1: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above

Subject

2003

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Mathematics

35

51.5

51.2

-0.3

16

English-Language Arts

35

57.2

56.4

-0.8

21

History–Social Science

29

48.8

49.4

0.6

20

Science

35*

59.5

59.1

-0.4

24

*Science grades five, eight, and ten only administered beginning in 2006.

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Mathematics
Table 2: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Grade

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

53

51

56

58

59

59

63

62

66

64

65

1

12

Grade 3

46

48

54

57

58

61

64

65

68

70

67

-3

21

Grade 4

45

45

50

54

56

61

66

68

71

71

72

1

27

Grade 5

35

38

44

48

49

51

57

60

63

65

65

0

30

Grade 6

34

35

40

42

42

44

49

52

53

55

55

0

21

Grade 7

30

33

37

41

39

41

43

49

49

52

51

-1

21

General Mathematics

20

20

22

22

21

27

26

27

28

28

28

0

8

Algebra I

21

18

19

23

24

25

28

31

33

35

36

1

15

Geometry

26

24

26

26

24

24

26

27

30

32

29

-3

3

Algebra II

29

24

26

25

27

27

28

31

33

34

33

-1

4

Summative High School Mathematics

43

41

45

46

47

47

50

54

54

54

54

0

11

Integrated 1

7

7

7

9

9

11

11

13

14

13

12

-1

5

Total

35

34

38

41

41

43

46

48

50

52

51

-1

16

* This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

†Prior to 2007, Algebra I was an end-of-course test for grades eight through eleven students. Beginning in 2007, students in grade seven were allowed to take the Algebra I test.

Note: The results for Integrated Mathematics 2 and 3 are not reported due to the small numbers of test-takers.

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Mathematics
Table 3: Percentage of Students Scoring at Below Basic and Far Below Basic*

Grade

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

25

25

22

20

19

19

17

18

17

17

16

-1

-9

Grade 3

30

27

23

22

22

17

16

14

13

13

14

1

-16

Grade 4

28

27

24

22

19

16

14

13

12

12

12

0

-16

Grade 5

39

35

32

31

30

25

22

19

16

16

16

0

-23

Grade 6

36

34

33

31

29

28

25

22

22

20

20

0

-16

Grade 7

38

38

36

33

33

30

26

23

22

22

21

-1

-17

General Mathematics

48

49

47

47

44

45

43

43

41

41

41

0

-7

Algebra I

50

56

51

53

50

49

49

45

44

42

40

-2

-10

Geometry

45

45

46

48

50

52

51

46

43

41

46

5

1

Algebra II

43

47

46

48

46

44

44

41

38

37

40

3

-3

Summative High School Mathematics

34

30

27

26

29

26

26

23

23

21

23

2

-11

Total

38

38

35

35

34

32

30

28

27

26

26

0

-12

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding. While some decline in the percentage of students below basic and far below basic can be attributed to participation in the CMA assessments, this has also been a trend for grades and subjects where there is no CMA, e.g. Algebra II, Summative High School Mathematics, and ELA Grade 2.

Prior to 2007, Algebra I was an end-of-course test for grades eight through eleven students. Beginning in 2007, students in grade seven were allowed to take the Algebra I test.

Note: The results for Integrated Mathematics 2 and 3 are not reported due to the small numbers of test-takers.

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Mathematics
Mathematics—End-of-Course Tests (Grades Seven Through Eleven)
Table 4: Numbers of Students Tested*

Test

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Number 2012-2013

Change in Number Overall

General Mathematics

451,126

417,946

374,900

340,335

307,656

289,686

259,494

222,325

201,133

189,169

188,410

-759

-262,716

Algebra I

505,883

614,347

681,924

707,285

744,814

748,690

758,859

751,042

740,286

708,772

681,237

-27,535

175,354

Geometry

270,560

301,112

333,334

359,926

371,118

384,024

399,539

410,368

408,354

406,540

405,328

-1,212

134,768

Algebra II

162,672

181,883

196,079

213,770

231,335

239,643

251,251

265,517

277,846

286,238

294,094

7,856

131,422

Sum. High School Mathematics

76,560

80,574

90,983

99,348

108,972

116,085

123,776

130,720

140,095

149,869

160,690

10,821

84,130

Integrated 1

14,359

9,679

8,716

6,771

7,071

8,872

9,969

11,354

12,018

13,443

13,504

61

-855

Integrated 2

9,733

7,905

6,698

4,273

3,647

4,319

4,085

3,844

4,506

5,125

4,956

-169

-4,777

Integrated 3

10,043

4,424

3,558

2,223

1,661

1,483

1,373

797

732

806

745

-61

-9,298

Total

1,500,936

1,617,870

1,696,192

1,733,931

1,776,274

1,792,802

1,808,346

1,795,967

1,784,970

1,759,962

1,748,964

-10,998

248,028

* This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Numbers included in this table may differ from the numbers printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

The CMA end-of-course mathematics tests were introduced in 2010. As a result, approximately 39,842 students took a 2013 CMA end-of-course mathematics test. These students are not included in this table.

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Mathematics
Table 5: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above by Subgroup*

Subgroup

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

All Students

35

34

38

41

41

43

46

48

50

52

51

-1

16

Female

34

34

38

40

40

42

46

48

50

51

51

0

17

Male

35

35

39

41

41

43

46

48

50

52

51

-1

16

Black or African American

19

19

22

25

25

27

30

32

34

35

35

0

16

American Indian or Alaska Native

29

28

32

34

34

36

39

40

40

41

41

0

12

Asian

60

60

65

67

67

70

72

74

76

77

78

1

18

Filipino

44

45

50

53

53

55

59

60

62

63

63

0

19

Hispanic or Latino

23

23

27

30

30

33

36

39

41

43

42

-1

19

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

31

31

35

38

38

40

43

43

46

48

47

-1

16

White

47

46

51

53

53

54

57

59

61

62

62

0

15

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

54

59

61

60

-1

6

Economically Disadvantaged

24

24

28

30

31

33

37

39

42

43

43

0

19

Not Economically Disadvantaged

45

44

49

52

52

54

57

60

62

63

63

0

18

Students Received Special Education Services

13

13

15

16

16

19

22

24

27

29

29

0

16

Students with no Reported Disability

37

36

41

43

43

45

48

50

52

53

53

0

16

English Only Students

39

39

43

45

45

47

50

52

54

55

55

0

16

Initially-Fluent English Proficient (I-FEP)

45

45

49

52

53

55

57

59

60

62

62

0

17

Reclassified-Fluent English Proficient (R-FEP)

37

37

41

43

42

45

47

50

52

53

52

-1

15

English Learners

20

20

23

25

26

28

32

34

37

38

37

-1

17

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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Mathematics
Table 6: Percentage of Economically Disadvantaged Students Scoring at Proficient and Above* by Ethnicity

Race or Ethnicity**

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Black or African American

16

16

19

21

21

24

27

29

31

32

31

-1

15

American Indian or Alaska Native

23

22

26

28

28

30

34

34

36

36

36

0

13

Asian

45

46

51

53

54

56

59

62

64

66

65

-1

20

Filipino

40

41

46

49

48

50

53

54

56

57

56

-1

16

Hispanic or Latino

21

21

26

28

28

31

34

37

39

41

40

-1

19

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

25

25

29

32

33

34

38

39

42

44

43

-1

18

White

33

32

36

38

37

40

43

45

47

49

48

-1

15

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

41

45

47

46

-1

5

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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Mathematics
Table 7: Percentage of Not Economically Disadvantaged Students Scoring at Proficient and Above* By Ethnicity

Race or Ethnicity**

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Black or African American

24

24

27

30

30

33

36

38

40

42

42

0

18

American Indian or Alaska Native

35

34

38

40

40

42

45

46

46

48

47

-1

12

Asian

71

70

74

76

76

77

80

82

84

85

85

0

14

Filipino

46

46

52

55

55

58

61

63

65

67

66

-1

20

Hispanic or Latino

29

29

33

35

36

38

42

45

48

48

47

-1

18

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

37

36

40

43

44

46

48

49

51

53

53

0

16

White

51

50

54

57

56

58

61

63

65

67

67

0

16

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

62

66

68

68

0

6

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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English–Language Arts
Table 8: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Grade

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

36

35

42

47

48

48

53

53

56

59

56

-3

20

Grade 3

33

30

31

36

37

38

44

44

46

48

46

-2

13

Grade 4

39

39

47

49

51

55

61

63

64

67

65

-2

26

Grade 5

36

40

43

43

44

48

54

58

60

62

60

-2

24

Grade 6

36

36

38

41

42

47

52

56

55

60

60

0

24

Grade 7

36

36

43

43

46

49

54

55

57

62

59

-3

23

Grade 8

31

33

39

41

41

45

48

54

57

60

57

-3

26

Grade 9

38

37

43

43

47

49

50

54

55

57

62

5

24

Grade 10

33

35

36

37

37

41

44

45

48

51

52

1

19

Grade 11

32

32

36

36

37

37

40

43

45

48

48

0

16

Total

35

35

40

42

43

46

50

52

54

57

56

-1

21

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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English–Language Arts
Table 9: Percentage of Students Scoring at Below Basic and Far Below Basic*

Grade

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

32

35

31

27

26

24

21

21

21

19

20

1

-12

Grade 3

37

39

37

32

32

28

29

25

24

23

23

0

-14

Grade 4

26

27

23

23

20

16

14

14

13

11

12

1

-14

Grade 5

29

29

25

26

23

19

17

15

16

12

13

1

-16

Grade 6

29

29

28

27

26

21

18

16

15

14

13

-1

-16

Grade 7

32

30

27

28

26

25

18

18

17

14

14

0

-18

Grade 8

35

31

28

26

27

25

22

19

17

16

15

-1

-20

Grade 9

31

33

30

30

26

25

23

21

19

17

15

-2

-16

Grade 10

36

35

34

35

34

31

27

26

22

21

18

-3

-18

Grade 11

39

38

37

40

39

37

35

30

26

24

24

0

-15

Total

32

32

30

29

28

25

23

21

19

17

17

0

-15

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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English–Language Arts
Table 10: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above by Subgroup*

Subgroup

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

All Students

35

36

40

42

43

46

50

52

54

57

56

-1

21

Female

39

40

44

46

47

50

54

56

58

61

60

-1

21

Male

31

32

36

38

39

42

46

49

51

54

53

-1

22

Black or African American

22

23

27

29

30

33

37

39

41

44

43

-1

21

American Indian or Alaska Native

31

31

35

37

39

40

44

45

47

49

47

-2

16

Asian

55

57

61

64

66

69

72

74

76

78

78

0

23

Filipino

48

50

55

58

60

62

66

69

71

74

72

-2

24

Hispanic or Latino

20

20

25

27

29

32

37

40

42

46

45

-1

25

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

31

31

36

39

40

43

47

48

49

53

51

-2

20

White

53

54

58

60

62

64

68

69

71

73

72

-1

19

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

62

65

69

68

-1

6

Economically Disadvantaged

20

20

25

27

29

32

36

39

42

45

45

0

25

Not Economically Disadvantaged

49

50

56

58

60

62

67

69

72

74

72

-2

23

Students Received Special Education Services

9

10

11

13

13

15

19

21

26

30

29

-1

20

Students with no Reported Disability

38

38

43

45

46

49

52

54

56

59

58

-1

20

English Only Students

44

44

49

50

52

54

58

60

62

64

63

-1

19

Initially-Fluent English Proficient (I-FEP)

46

48

53

56

58

62

66

69

70

74

75

1

29

Reclassified-Fluent English Proficient (R-FEP)

40

42

48

50

51

55

58

61

63

66

64

-2

24

English Learners

10

10

12

14

15

16

20

21

23

25

23

-2

13

* This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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English–Language Arts
Table 11: Percentage of Economically Disadvantaged Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Race or Ethnicity**

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Black or African American

16

17

20

22

24

26

31

33

35

39

38

-1

22

American Indian or Alaska Native

20

21

25

27

28

30

34

36

38

41

38

-3

18

Asian

35

37

42

46

48

51

55

59

60

64

64

0

29

Filipino

37

39

44

47

49

51

55

59

60

64

63

-1

26

Hispanic or Latino

16

17

21

23

25

28

33

36

38

42

41

-1

25

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

21

21

26

29

30

32

37

40

41

45

44

-1

23

White

32

32

37

39

40

43

48

51

52

56

55

-1

23

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

45

48

53

52

-1

7

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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Table 12: Percentage of Not Economically Disadvantaged Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Race or Ethnicity**

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Black or African American

31

32

36

38

40

43

47

50

52

56

55

-1

24

American Indian or Alaska Native

41

41

46

48

49

51

56

57

59

61

60

-1

19

Asian

69

70

74

76

77

79

83

84

85

87

87

0

18

Filipino

53

55

60

62

64

67

71

74

75

79

78

-1

25

Hispanic or Latino

32

33

38

40

42

45

50

54

57

59

58

-1

26

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

40

40

45

48

50

53

57

59

60

78

77

-1

37

White

58

59

64

66

67

69

73

75

76

79

78

-1

20

Two or More Races

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

71

73

79

77

-2

6

* This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

**Ethnicity and race categories changed in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 to meet federal requirements. Use caution when comparing to previous years.

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History–Social Science
Table 13: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Grade

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 8

27

27

31

34

35

36

42

47

51

52

52

0

25

11 (U.S. History)

34

32

37

35

35

38

44

45

48

49

50

1

16

World History (End-of-Course)

27

27

31

30

29

33

38

42

44

46

46

0

19

Total

29

28

33

33

33

36

41

44

48

49

49

0

20

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

Prior to 2007, the world history test was an end-of-course test for grade ten students only. Starting in 2007, students in grades nine through eleven took the end-of-course world history.

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California Standards Test Results, 2004–2013

Science—Grade Level Tests
Table 14: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above

Grade

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 5

24

28

32

37

46

49

55

58

59

57

-2

33

Grade 8

--

--

38

42

52

56

59

64

66

67

1

29

Grade 10

--

--

34

35

40

44

46

50

53

54

1

20

Total

--

--

35

38

46

50

54

57

60

59

-1

24

This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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California Standards Test Results, 2003–2013

Science—End-of-Course Tests (Grades Nine Through Eleven)
Table 15: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Test

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Earth Science

21

22

23

23

26

28

28

33

35

38

37

-1

16

Biology

37

30

32

35

37

42

42

46

49

52

50

-2

13

Chemistry

31

28

27

27

31

32

36

37

38

43

40

-3

9

Physics

29

29

31

32

35

43

46

49

52

52

53

1

24

Integrated 1

7

5

8

9

10

11

13

17

20

20

24

4

17

Integrated 2

8

8

6

5

7

11

15

15

19

25

22

-3

14

Total

29

24

27

28

31

35

36

40

43

46

44

-2

15

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

Note: The results for Integrated Science 3 and 4 are not reported due to the small numbers of test-takers.

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Science—End-of-Course (Grades Nine Through Eleven)
Table 16: Numbers of Students Tested*

Test

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Number 2012-2013

Change in Number Overall

Earth Science

89,676

134,953

173,958

195,394

207,246

224,873

226,308

218,463

215,875

206,991

199,380

-7,611

109,704

Biology

334,005

397,909

453,685

498,204

507,155

525,332

535,179

546,091

552,914

556,893

553,575

-3,318

219,570

Chemistry

153,491

181,420

196,700

213,387

227,866

232,506

247,306

256,883

265,399

275,461

285,538

10,077

132,047

Physics

44,878

52,586

59,382

61,088

63,450

64,199

67,845

72,847

76,199

80,872

85,473

4,601

40,595

Integrated 1

62,008

101,824

111,366

107,068

96,818

76,050

69,602

64,360

54,950

46,425

39,802

-6,623

-22,206

Integrated 2

25,983

24,654

20,629

17,407

13,822

7,791

4,647

5,352

4,119

3,766

3,418

-348

-22,565

Integrated 3

10,621

5,870

3,414

2,540

2,006

1,963

1,744

1,351

1,292

969

869

-100

-9,752

Integrated 4

1,515

1,601

1,040

817

960

431

624

363

157

64

57

-7

-1,458

Total

722,177

900,817

1,020,174

1,095,905

1,119,323

1,133,145

1,153,255

1,165,710

1,170,905

1,171,441

1,168,112

-3,329

445,935

*This table includes results from the California Standards Tests (CSTs) only. Numbers included in this table may differ from the numbers printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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California Modified Assessment, 2008–2013

English-Language Arts*
Table 17: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above

Grade

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 3

27

27

27

29

25

27

2

0

Grade 4

28

30

31

36

39

32

-7

4

Grade 5

28

35

32

37

33

36

3

8

Grade 6

--

26

29

30

36

31

-5

5

Grade 7

--

25

28

31

31

35

4

10

Grade 8

--

25

25

29

35

32

-3

7

Grade 9

--

--

--

18

22

21

-1

3

Grade 10

--

--

--

--

18

20

2

2

Grade 11

--

--

--

--

12

13

1

1

*This table includes results from the California Modified Assessment (CMA) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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Table 18: Mathematics*

Grade/Test

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 3

32

33

37

37

32

35

3

3

Grade 4

32

35

38

40

37

38

1

6

Grade 5

31

36

39

46

48

43

-5

12

Grade 6

--

31

34

32

34

32

-2

1

Grade 7

--

24

26

24

25

24

-1

0

Algebra I

--

--

--

12

14

14

0

2

Geometry

--

--

--

--

11

11

0

0

*This table includes results from the California Modified Assessment (CMA) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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Table 19: Science*

Grade

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 5

36

42

45

45

43

47

4

11

Grade 8

--

28

31

37

37

42

5

14

Grade 10 Life Science

--

--

--

18

22

23

1

5

*This table includes results from the California Modified Assessment (CMA) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

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Standards-based Tests in Spanish, 2008–2013

Reading-Language Arts
Table 20: Percentage of Students Scoring at Proficient and Above*

Grade

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

36

40

35

39

39

36

-3

0

Grade 3

34

37

36

36

39

37

-2

3

Grade 4

30

35

34

37

36

35

-1

5

Grade 5

--

27

28

29

31

29

-2

2

Grade 6

--

30

29

32

33

33

0

3

Grade 7

--

31

30

35

36

36

0

5

*This table includes results from the Standards-based Tests in Spanish (STS) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

Note: Students who completed the STS also completed the Grade-level CST and/or CMA (if designated in the student's IEP). Results from the STS are not used in state and federal accountability calculations.

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Table 21: Mathematics*

Grade

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Change in Percentage 2012–2013

Change in Percentage Overall

Grade 2

51

53

56

58

54

52

-2

1

Grade 3

50

50

55

56

57

52

-5

2

Grade 4

48

52

57

58

57

53

-4

5

Grade 5

--

42

45

49

50

44

-6

2

Grade 6

--

36

39

35

38

37

-1

1

Grade 7

--

24

26

30

29

26

-3

2

*This table includes results from the Standards-based Tests in Spanish (STS) only. Percentages included in this table may differ from the percentages printed on the Internet reports due to rounding.

Note: Students who completed the STS also completed the Grade-level CST and/or CMA (if designated in the student's IEP). Results from the STS are not used in state and federal accountability calculations.

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