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Education Statistics > Assessments > % of Students Above Advanced > Grade 8 Science (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: The percentage of students that achieved a scale score in the subject of Science at or above the level of Advanced.

Advanced implies superior performance.

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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Ohio: 6% 
= 2     Massachusetts: 5% 
= 2     Minnesota: 5% 
= 2     Montana: 5% 
= 5     Michigan: 4% 
= 5     North Dakota: 4% 
= 5     Idaho: 4% 
= 5     Missouri: 4% 
= 5     Connecticut: 4% 
= 5     Nebraska: 4% 
= 5     Vermont: 4% 
= 12     Oregon: 3% 
= 12     Illinois: 3% 
= 12     Indiana: 3% 
= 12     Utah: 3% 
= 12     Kentucky: 3% 
= 12     North Carolina: 3% 
= 12     Maryland: 3% 
= 12     Wyoming: 3% 
= 12     Maine: 3% 
= 12     Virginia: 3% 
= 12     Rhode Island: 3% 
= 23     Alabama: 2% 
= 23     Arkansas: 2% 
= 23     West Virginia: 2% 
= 23     Arizona: 2% 
= 23     Tennessee: 2% 
= 23     Georgia: 2% 
= 23     New York: 2% 
= 23     Louisiana: 2% 
= 23     South Carolina: 2% 
= 23     Nevada: 2% 
= 23     Texas: 2% 
= 23     Oklahoma: 2% 
= 35     Mississippi: 1% 
= 35     California: 1% 
= 35     Hawaii: 1% 
= 35     New Mexico: 1% 
Weighted average: 2.9%  

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"Assessments > % of Students Above Advanced > Grade 8 Science by state", National Center for Educational Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/edu_ass_of_stu_abo_adv_gra_8_sci-above-advanced-grade-8-science

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