2011 Trial Urban District Assessment Results

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4th Grade Reading

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4th Grade Math

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8th Grade Reading

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8th Grade Math

Hillsborough County Public School fourth graders had the highest score on the reading test, outperforming their peers in all 21 participating districts, as well as the national average, Florida’s state average, and the average for students from large cities. The scores for each subgroup were just as impressive, as HCPS fourth graders had the highest reading scores among white, African American, Hispanic, students with disabilities, economically disadvantaged students, and English language learners.

 

 

image To read brief highlights and see how Hillsborough County’s student subgroups performed, view the Four Snapshot Reports HERE. They provide highlights and break down the scores by race, ethnicity and subgroups such as students with disabilities (SD), economically disadvantaged children (SES), and English language learners (ELL). These Snapshots also provide a map that shows the participating districts and indicates whether their scores were lower than Hillsborough’s scores, higher than Hillsborough’s scores, or not statistically different from Hillsborough’s scores.

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Click HERE to view detailed data for Hillsborough, Florida, the nation, and large cities. The data include the number of students tested, the average scale scores, as well as the percentage of students scoring at basic and above, at proficient and above, and those scoring in the advanced category. These charts also break down the scores by race, ethnicity, and gender.

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