This table can be used to compare the performance of different student groups across the state on the End-of-Course tests between the 2006-07 school year and the 2007-08 school year. End-of-Course test results are not shown by individual subject area in this table. Instead, the results for all subject area tests are combined within each student subgroup and the percentage of passing scores is shown. For example, the number appearing under American Indian represents the percentage of End-of-Course tests taken by American Indian students that received a passing score (Level III or higher).
In addition to viewing student performance by demographic groups, it is important to know how student performance is distributed. Click on the triangle symbol beneath this table to view student performance grouped by gender, race/ethnicity and other factors at each of the four performance levels (Levels I-IV).
Whenever there are fewer than five student scores in a category, a percentage is not reported so that student test results remain anonymous. Instead, a N/A (not available) appears in place of the percentage. Also to protect student privacy, any percentage that is higher than 95 appears as >95%, and any percentage that is lower than 5 appears as <5%.
For more technical information about these data and its sources, please see the Data Sources & Information Guide. For additional information about End-of-Course Tests, please see visit the NC Department of Public Instructionís ABCs website.