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- 2006 Grade 3-8 Mathematics Test Results
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- 2006 Mathematics Across Grades 3-8, almost 66 percent of students met all the Mathematics Learning Standards. Students in grades 3 and 4 were more likely to meet the standards than older students.
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- 2006 Mathematics About 11 percent of students statewide scored at Level 1 indicating serious academic problems in math. The percentage of students scoring at Level 1 increased at every grade level except grade 7.
- Grade 4 Mathematics Statewide a smaller percentage of students met all the standards on the new 2006 test than on the 2005 and 2004 test. BUT the 2006 test was based on higher standards.
- Grade 8 Mathematics The percentage of students meeting all the standards on the 2006 test was slightly lower than on the 2005 and 2004 tests. BUT the 2006 test was based on higher standards.
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- Grade 4 Mathematics In every category, the percentage of students meeting all the standards in 2006 decreased compared with 2005. The decrease was smallest in Low Need Districts and greatest in the Big 4 Cities. But the 2006 test was based on higher standards.
- Grade 8 Mathematics In Average and Low Need Districts, the percentage of eighth-graders meeting all the standards on the 2005 and 2006 tests was nearly the same; in the other categories, the percentage fell in 2006. The 2006 test was based on higher standards.
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- 2006 Mathematics Performance Across All Grades 3-8 for Big 5 Cities There were substantial differences in performance among the Big 5. New York City had more students meeting all the standards than any other large city.
- 2006 Mathematics Performance Across All Grades 3-8 for Big 5 Cities About one in three students in Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse showed serious academic problems.
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- These Results Also Show That Funding is a Key Issue
- What Must Schools Do Now?
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- 2006 Grade 3-8 Mathematics Test Results