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Here’s a look at the combined percentages of kids who scored “proficient” or “advanced” on the reading, writing and math elements of the CSAP tests in Eagle County and across the state.

Reading:

Grade, Eagle County, Colorado



4, 70, 63

5, 63, 69



6, 68, 67

7, 63, 61

8, 71, 64



9, 60, 66

10, 65, 65

Writing:

Grade, Eagle County, Colorado

4, 62, 53

5, 53, 55

6, 66, 56

7, 56, 52

8, 58, 49

9, 52, 53

10, 51, 50

Math

Grade, Eagle County, Colorado

5, 57, 59

6, 62, 50

7, 45, 41

8, 47, 41

9, 28, 32

10, 33, 27

Part of the point of the Colorado Student Achievement Program is to track kids’ progress through school. Following is a list of how classes of students did in 2003 and 2004. The numbers listed are the combined percentage of kids who scored either “proficient” or “advanced” on the math, reading and writing tests.

2003 2004

Math

5th grade: 66 6th grade: 62

6th grade: 56 7th grade: 45

7th grade: 48 8th grade: 47

8th grade: 39 9th grade: 28

9th grade: 41 10th grade: 33

Writing

3rd grade: 74 4th grade: 62

4th grade: 54 5th grade: 53

5th grade: 60 6th grade: 66

6th grade: 59 7th grade: 56

7th grade: 62 8th grade: 58

8th grade: 50 9th grade: 52

9th grade: 55 10th grade: 51

Reading

4th grade: 62 5th grade: 63

5th grade: 70 6th grade: 68

6th grade: 65 7th grade: 63

7th grade: 65 8th grade: 71

8th grade: 68 9th grade: 60

9th grade: 67 10th grade: 65

Several Eagle County schools have recorded gains of 20 percent or more in student performance from 2002 ” 2004. Again, the numbers indicate the combined percentage of students who have scored at the “proficient” or “advanced” levels. Schools that have racked up gains of 20 percent or more include:

grade 2002 2003 change

Middle school math

Minturn Middle 8 37 62.5 25.5

Middle School writing

Gypsum Creek 7 32 57.3 25.3

Minturn Middle 7 29 55.4 26.4

Elementary writing

Brush Creek El. 3 27 67.6 67.6

Brush Creek El. 4 35 81 46

Eagle Valley El. 3 44 68.8 24.8

Edwards El. 3 14 57.9 43.9

Elementary reading

Meadow Mountain El. 4 61.1 83.9 22.8

There’s a wide gap between the Eagle County School District’s white and hispanic learners. Following are the combined percentages of white and hispanic kids who scored either “proficient” or “advanced” on the 2004 CSAP tests

Reading:

White Hispanic

3rd grade: 91 54

4th grade: 85 46

5th grade: 85 37

6th grade: 87 42

7th grade: 83 34

8th grade: 88 41

9th grade: 78 32

10th grade: 86 30

Math:

5th grade: 74 39

6th grade: 81 34

7th grade: 57 27

8th grade: 59 26

9th grade: 41 6

10th grade: 49 8


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