Students in grades 3-8 must complete state End-of-Grade tests in reading and mathematics at the conclusion of each school year. This section provides you with information about how students in this school district scored on End-of-Grade tests.
Review the performance of students in your district at each grade level. Do some grade levels stand out as exceptionally strong or weak? Talk to district administrators about past student performance at those grade levels.
This table shows the percentage of district students who scored at or above grade level on the reading and mathematics End-of-Grade tests, as well as the number of tests taken by subject and by grade. Whenever there are fewer than five student scores in a category, a percentage is not reported so that student test results remain anonymous. Instead, a N/A (not available) appears in place of the percentage. Also to protect student privacy, any percentage that is higher than 95 appears as >95%, and any percentage that is lower than 5 appears as <5%.
Student performance on the state's End-of-Grade tests is reported in levels ranging from I-IV. Students are considered to be at or above grade level if they receive a score of Achievement Level III or IV on the state's tests. New tests for reading, based on the revised Standard Course of Study, were introduced in 2007-08.
For additional details about achievement levels and End-of-Grade tests in North Carolina,
please see the NC Department of Public Instructionís
For more technical information about these data, please see
the Data Sources & Information Guide.