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2011  Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Achievement Data
CMT Mathematics Reading Writing
Total # Students # Students Tested in Subject % Students Tested in Subject % of Students Scoring At or Above Total # Students # Students Tested in Subject % Students Tested in Subject % of Students Scoring At or Above % of Students Scoring At or Above Basic
Basic Proficient Advanced Basic Proficient Advanced
State Achievement 250,599 249,703 99.7 92.1 84.3 31.5 250,603 249,692 99.7 84.7 77.9 24.5 92.0
Subgroup Achievement
American Indian or Alaska Native 857 853 99.5 90.0 79.5 18.9 857 852 99.4 79.1 70.9 13.7 88.8
Asian 11,073 11,049 99.8 96.9 94.0 54.6 11,073 11,045 99.8 89.9 85.6 37.7 94.9
Black or African American 32,847 32,650 99.4 82.7 66.6 9.6 32,848 32,645 99.4 71.4 59.5 7.4 86.0
Hispanic/Latino 46,198 45,859 99.3 82.8 68.2 12.1 46,201 45,878 99.3 67.9 57.1 7.8 83.2
White 155,485 155,162 99.8 96.5 92.2 40.4 155,485 155,141 99.8 92.1 87.4 32.2 95.7
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 140 138 98.6 88.4 75.4 28.3 140 139 99.3 80.6 72.7 15.1 87.8
More than one race 3,999 3,992 99.9 92.2 83.9 29.9 3,999 3,992 99.9 84.8 76.5 24.0 92.8
English Language Learners 13,053 12,932 99.1 68.0 48.4 4.4 13,057 12,913 98.9 37.6 25.3 0.5 63.6
Students with Disabilities 31,211 30,931 99.1 68.8 56.8 4.7 31,214 30,828 98.8 56.2 48.7 3.0 63.1
Economically Disadvantaged 89,970 89,378 99.4 83.5 68.7 11.5 89,971 89,365 99.3 70.0 58.8 7.5 84.4
Male 128,969 128,450 99.6 91.2 83.5 31.6 128,973 128,396 99.6 82.7 75.7 23.0 89.0
Female 121,630 121,253 99.7 93.1 85.3 31.5 121,630 121,296 99.7 86.8 80.2 26.1 95.2
NCLB requires assessment data to be reported by different achievement levels.The table below shows the percentage of students scoring at or above the Basic, Proficient, and Advanced levels on the spring 2011 CMT. The numbers on this page were calculated only for groups of 20 or more. The percentage at or above Proficient will not be the same number as on the previous page. The number on the previous age is based on a federally approved AYP calculation used to analyze the adequate yearly progress of the state.


2011  Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) Achievement Data
CAPT Mathematics Reading Graduation Rate
Total # Students # Students Tested in Subject % Students Tested in Subject % of Students Scoring At or Above Total # Students # Students Tested in Subject % Students Tested in Subject % of Students Scoring At or Above
Basic Proficient Advanced Basic Proficient Advanced
State Achievement 42,821 41,950 98.0 88.8 77.4 21.0 42,764 42,005 98.2 91.4 79.5 19.9 81.8
Subgroup Achievement
American Indian or Alaska Native 199 189 95.0 78.3 64.0 7.4 200 196 98.0 85.2 63.8 6.1 Graduation rate by subgroup will not be available until the class of 2011
Asian 1,723 1,714 99.5 93.5 86.5 36.3 1,726 1,710 99.1 92.8 85.9 30.6
Black or African American 5,686 5,450 95.8 73.2 48.7 2.6 5,650 5,440 96.3 82.1 56.7 3.2
Hispanic/Latino 7,016 6,671 95.1 75.3 55.0 4.7 6,990 6,717 96.1 80.2 60.3 5.2
White 27,725 27,465 99.1 95.1 88.1 27.7 27,727 27,480 99.1 96.0 88.5 26.3
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 52 51 98.1 58.8 47.1 7.8 52 51 98.1 64.7 54.9 7.8
More than one race 420 410 97.6 88.8 75.9 18.5 419 411 98.1 92.2 79.1 19.2
English Language Learners 1,770 1,651 93.3 54.8 28.4 1.1 1,769 1,667 94.2 54.9 28.7 0.8
Students with Disabilities 5,075 4,812 94.8 55.5 39.3 2.4 5,072 4,857 95.8 66.2 47.5 2.6
Economically Disadvantaged 13,167 12,559 95.4 74.8 53.3 4.3 13,121 12,592 96.0 80.8 58.2 4.2
Male 21,932 21,418 97.7 87.7 77.1 22.9 21,930 21,470 97.9 89.1 75.4 16.2
Female 20,889 20,532 98.3 90.0 77.6 19.0 20,834 20,535 98.6 93.9 83.9 23.7
NCLB requires assessment data to be reported by different achievement levels. The table below shows the percentage of students scoring at or above the Basic, Proficient, and Advanced levels on the spring 2011 CAPT. The numbers on this page were calculated only for groups of 20 or more. The percentage at or above Proficient will not be the same number as on the previous page. The number on the previous page is based on a federally approved AYP calculation used to analyze the adequate yearly progress of the state.

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 - Fewer than 11 students tested for Students Overall; Fewer than 20 students tested for subgroups