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New Mexico students improve PARCC scores

New Mexico students improve PARCC scores

KOB & The Associated Press
July 12, 2018 03:57 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - New Mexico students are showing improvement in reading and math.

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The 2018 PARCC scores show 21.6 percent of children are proficient in math and 31.1 percent are proficient in English language arts.

In 2017, 19.7 percent of children were proficient in math and 28.6 were proficient in English.

In Albuquerque, students averaged a 21.3 percent proficiency in math. That’s an increase of more than 2 percent from 2017. In English, 30.4 percent were proficient. That’s also about a 2 percent increase from 2017.

Among the 10 largest school districts in the state, Farmington scored the highest in reading. Rio Rancho scored the highest in math.

While the scores show progress in many school districts, less than a third of all New Mexico students are proficient when it comes to reading and math.

You can find the complete list of PARCC scores by following this link

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