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San Diego Unified Performance On National Math And Reading Tests 2013

While San Diego Unified saw scores rise for each subgroup of students on national tests of fourth- and eighth-grade math and reading, gaps persist between white students and their Hispanic and black classmates as well as between students from low-income households and their more affluent peers.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian fourth graders on national math tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 17 points, while Hispanic and black students' score have increased 12 points..

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian fourth graders on national math tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 17 points, while Hispanic and black students' score have increased 12 points..

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian fourth graders on national reading tests since 2003. Over that period white, Hispanic and black students' scores have each risen nine points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian fourth graders on national reading tests since 2003. Over that period white, Hispanic and black students' scores have each risen nine points.

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian eighth graders on national math tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 16 points, while Hispanic students score have increased 12 points and black students' scores have increased by eight points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian eighth graders on national math tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 16 points, while Hispanic students score have increased 12 points and black students' scores have increased by eight points.

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian eighth graders on national reading tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 12 points, while Hispanic students score have increased by nine points and black students' scores have increased by eight points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified's white, black, Hispanic and Asian eighth graders on national reading tests since 2003. Over that period white students, scores have risen 12 points, while Hispanic students score have increased by nine points and black students' scores have increased by eight points.

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified' fourth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national math tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 14 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 21 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified' fourth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national math tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 14 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 21 points.

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified' fourth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national reading tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 14 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 21 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified' fourth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national reading tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 14 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 21 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified eighth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national math tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 11 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 20 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified eighth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national math tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by 11 points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 20 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified eighth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national reading tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by eight points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 15 points.

This graph shows scores for San Diego Unified eighth graders broken down by those who qualify for free lunch, reduced-price lunch or do not qualify for either on national reading tests since 2003. Qualifying for this program is a common marker of students' socio-economic status. Over that period students who qualify for free lunch increased their scores by eight points, while those who did not qualify for free or reduced-price lunch saw scores rise 15 points.

Credit: Source: National Center for Education Statistics

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