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Number of Long-Term Students Served in a State Agency Juvenile Corrections/Detention Facility who Showed Improvement from the Pre- to Post-test Exams - Math: 2012-13 1

The total statewide number of long-term students who scored higher on their post-tests than on their pre-tests in math while enrolled in a state agency juvenile corrections or juvenile detention facility. [More about...]

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State assessments, which are used to measure student achievement in reading, math, and science, are designed by each state to measure the content the state has determined appropriate for that grade and subject. As a result, both the content on the tests and achievement standards students must meet to be considered “proficient” vary widely across states, so proficiency rates should not be compared across states. Many states have also changed their standards and assessments at some point in the process of measuring their students, so it is often not possible to create a trend line that looks at changes in achievement across years, since a change could actually reflect a change in the assessment.

Through the 2009-10 school year, states were allowed to calculate student graduation rates differently, as long as the figure represents students who graduated in the standard number of years (i.e., four). Starting in the 2010-11, states converted to an adjusted cohort graduation rate, which may or may not be the same as the calculation they used in prior years. Due to the potential differences, caution should be used when comparing graduation rates across states.

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National  9066
US 9066
Alabama  174
AL 174
Alaska  97
AK 97
Arizona  216
AZ 216
Arkansas  206
AR 206
California  160
CA 160
Colorado  235
CO 235
Connecticut  14
CT 14
Delaware  53
DE 53
District of Columbia  27
DC 27
Florida  28
FL 28
Georgia  63
GA 63
Hawaii  55
HI 55
Idaho  209
ID 209
Illinois  326
IL 326
Indiana  416
IN 416
Iowa  103
IA 103
Kansas  142
KS 142
Kentucky  699
KY 699
Louisiana  610
LA 610
Maine  30
ME 30
Maryland  323
MD 323
Massachusetts  81
MA 81
Michigan  40
MI 40
Minnesota  n<
MN n<
Mississippi  119
MS 119
Missouri  878
MO 878
Montana  61
MT 61
Nebraska  220
NE 220
Nevada  309
NV 309
New Hampshire  25
NH 25
New Jersey  29
NJ 29
New Mexico  208
NM 208
New York  241
NY 241
North Carolina 
NC †
North Dakota  45
ND 45
Ohio  n<
OH n<
Oklahoma  154
OK 154
Oregon  107
OR 107
Pennsylvania  198
PA 198
Puerto Rico  172
PR 172
Rhode Island  20
RI 20
South Carolina  44
SC 44
South Dakota  245
SD 245
TennesseeA  95
TN 95
Texas  1014
TX 1014
Utah  96
UT 96
Vermont  8
VT 8
Virginia  705
VA 705
Washington  247
WA 247
West Virginia  135
WV 135
Wisconsin  135
WI 135
Wyoming  47
WY 47

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1 Description: The total statewide number of long-term students who scored higher on their post-tests than on their pre-tests in math while enrolled in a state agency juvenile corrections or juvenile detention facility.; Academic Year: 2012-13; Grade: N/A; Note: The total statewide number of long-term students who scored higher on their post-tests than on their pre-tests in math while enrolled in a state agency juvenile corrections or juvenile detention program.  This indicator is a sum of three indicators: students who improved up to 1/2 grade level, between ½ and 1 grade level and more than 1 grade level on their pre-post-tests. Note that Title I, Part D, programs and facilities have the flexibility to select the pre- and post-test assessments that are best suited to their populations.  Assessments are therefore not the same across the nation, and likely not the same between districts and States.  Due to this variation, comparisons of State reading and math data may not be appropriate.  A juvenile corrections program serves delinquent children and youth and is a public or private residential facility, other than a foster home, that is operated for the care of children and youth who have been adjudicated delinquent or in need of supervision, including programs serving adjudicated youth (including non-secure facilities and group homes). A juvenile detention program is a shorter-term detention facility that provides care to children who require secure custody pending court adjudication, court disposition, or execution of a court order, or care to children after commitment. A dash (-) indicates that the data are missing or not available.  The symbol "n<" indicates that the data has been suppressed due to a small count.  A "†" symbol means not applicable.; Source: EDFacts/Consolidated State Performance Report, 2012-13:; Data Uploaded On: 10/10/2014 

TN: Due to the transient and high-turnover population of Neglected and Delinquent students, sometimes students will take a pre-test but not post-test because they've left the agency/program quickly and perhaps unexpectedly or because the agency/program did not administer a post-test for whatever reason. Thus, only a score for pre-tests might be listed for some students.