Georgia’s 2019 NAEP Ethnic and Gender Fourth Grade Math Performance as Grades Part 2

This post is part two of five posts addressing Georgia’s 2019 NAEP assessments, follow the links for Part One, and Part Three.

In the datum below you will find:

> Scaled scores transcribed as grades rounded to the nearest whole number.  Example: a 48.87 would round to a 49.

> Scaled scores transcribed as grades as entry-and-exits for Below Basic, Basic, Proficient, and Advanced are rounded to the nearest whole number, or rounded for continuity. Example and entry-and-exit of “42.8 to 49.6” and “49.8 to 56.2” will be shown as “43 to 49” and “50 to 56,” as seen in the sections below.

> Percents are as reported on the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) and may not equal 100% due to rounding.

> Scaled scores transcribed as grades for academic gaps rounded to one decimal place.

 

Fourth Grade Mathematics by Race/Ethnicity using 2011 guidelines, as school-reported; and Gender

 

Asian Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Asian Student Grade was a 55

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Asian Student Grade was a 52

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 2.04 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 15.15 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 42.48 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 40.33 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 48

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 51

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 55

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 58

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 61

The assessment shows an estimated 59.67 percent-plus of Georgia’s Asian students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

Two or More Races Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Two or More Races Student Grade was a 50

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Two or More Races Student Grade was a 49

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 10.73 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 42.47 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 30.12 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 16.68 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 42

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 46

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 49

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 54

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 59

The assessment shows an estimated 83.32 percent-plus of Georgia’s Two or More Races students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

White Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average White Student Grade was a 50

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average White Student Grade was a 50

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 10.38 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 37.19 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 40.58 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 11.85 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 43

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 46

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 50

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 54

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 57

The assessment shows an estimated 88.15 percentplus of Georgia’s White students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

Male Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Male Student Grade was a 48

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Male Student Grade was a 48

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 23.47 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 39.28 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 28.17 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 9.08 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 39

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 43

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 48

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 52

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 56

The assessment shows an estimated 90.92 percent-plus of Georgia’s Male students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

Female Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Female Student Grade was a 48

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Female Student Grade was a 48

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 22.03 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 42.29 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 27.96 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 7.72 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 39

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 43

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 48

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 52

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 55

The assessment shows an estimated 92.28 percent-plus of Georgia’s Female students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

 

Hispanic Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Hispanic Student Grade was a 46

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Hispanic Student Grade was a 46

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 26.12 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 49.14 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 22.34 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 2.41 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 38

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 43

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 46

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 50

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 53

The assessment shows an estimated 97.6 percent-plus of Georgia’s Hispanic students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

Black Students 2019 Fourth Grade Mathematics

 

Georgia’s average Black Student Grade was a 45

Georgia’s average Student Grade was a 48

National average Black Student Grade was a 45

Percent of students scoring Below Basic with Grades of 0 to 42, was 36.9 percent

Percent of students scoring at Basic with Grades of 43 to 49, was 44.1 percent

Percent of students scoring at Proficient with Grades of 50 to 56, was 16.73 percent

Percent of students scoring at Advanced with Grades of 57 to 100, was 2.27 percent

Average Grade for Students scoring in the tenth percentile was a 37

Average Grade for Students scoring in the twenty-fifth percentile was a 41

Average Grade for Students scoring in the fiftieth percentile was a 45

Average Grade for Students scoring in the seventy-fifth percentile was a 49

Average Grade for Students scoring in the ninetieth percentile Grade was a 52

The assessment shows an estimated 97.73 percent-plus of Georgia’s Black students were left behind academically based on NAEP’s Fourth Grade Mathematics assessment expectations for fourth-grade students.

 

The Academic GAP you are not used to seeing.

 

The academic gaps, as shown in Table 1, are based on who leads academically, and the difference. Not based on an Education Authority story pitting one ethnic group against all others. If the Afterclap committed such an offense we would justifiably be charged with institutional racism and bigotry and would be guilty of the offense, because we know it to be a lie.

 

Table 1: Mathematics, Grade 4, Gaps by Ethnicity and Gender

Ethnicity and Gender Mean Scaled Scores Scale Score Difference from Asian Students Grade Equivalents Grade Points Difference from Asian Students
Asian 273 54.6
Two or more races 250 23 50 4.6
White 249 24 49.8 4.8
Male 238 35 47.6 7.0
Female 238 35 47.6 7.0
Georgia All students 238 35 47.6 7.0
Hispanic 230 43 46 8.6
Black 224 49 44.8 9.8

 

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LINKS USED:

NAEP Data Explorer https://www.nationsreportcard.gov/ndecore/xplore/NDE

https://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/about/timeline.aspx

https://nces.ed.gov/transfer.asp?location=www.nagb.org/publications/95222.pdf

 

DATA TABLES USED:

Average scale scores and percentages at each achievement level for grade 4 mathematics, by race/ethnicity using 2011 guidelines, school-reported [SRACE10] and jurisdiction: 2019

Average scale scores and percentages at each achievement level for grade 4 mathematics, by gender [GENDER] and jurisdiction: 2019

Average scale scores and percentages at each achievement level for grade 4 mathematics, by all students [TOTAL] and jurisdiction: 2019

Average scale scores and percentile scores for grade 4 mathematics, by race/ethnicity using 2011 guidelines, school-reported [SRACE10] and jurisdiction: 2019

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