Charleston Gazette-Mail – In public schools in the majority of states, fourth-graders’ math scores held steady or improved on average on the National Assessment of Educational Progress from 2017 to this year. Read article.
Not in West Virginia. It was among only three states to see statistically significant drops in their average scores in this area.
And West Virginia’s 5-point decrease on the 500-point scale was the biggest drop from 2017 to 2019. Wyoming and Vermont each saw 2-point drops.
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