Office of Shared Accountability Reports

CTBS Results 2004


The more than 9,900 students in Grade 2 this year—one of the most racially and ethnically diverse grade levels in the school system—achieved at least the 68th median national percentile (language) and scored as high as the 87th median national percentile (language mechanics), the highest ever performance on the Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills (CTBS). The national average was matched or exceeded by 61 percent of scores for Hispanic students, 60 percent for African American students, 56 percent for students receiving federal meal assistance, 50 percent for students receiving English language assistance, and 48 percent for students in special education.

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