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  • The median reading performance for students in grade 11 was at the 52nd percentile.

  • The median quantitative thinking performance for students in grade 11 was at the 54th percentile.

  • Student performance for grade 11 exceeded the national medians in each area but fell below the

state medians.

Reference Group

Year

Reading

Writing

Listening

Mathematics

Clover Park

2000

46.10

29.00

53.40

23.20

State

2000

65.80

39.40

65.30

41.80

Clover Park

1999

48.10

24.00

63.40

25.40

State

1999

59.10

32.60

71.20

37.30

Clover Park

1998

44.10

33.70

65.00

21.30

State

1998

55.60

36.70

71.30

31.20

Clover Park

1997

40.40

36.20

54.40

14.00

State

1997

47.90

42.80

62.30

21.40

Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL)

The Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) is a standards-based assessment that is used by the Clover Park School District and the State of Washington to gauge the extent to which

Exhibit 4.2.5 summarizes the percentage of 4th grade students meeting the state standard in the Clover Park School District compared with the State of Washington from 1997 through 2000.

Exhibit 4.2.5 The Percentage of Students Meeting State Performance Standards

on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning

Fourth Grade Clover Park School District

As noted in Exhibit 4.2.5:

  • The average reading performance for 4th grade students ranged from 40.4 percent meeting the state standard (1997) to 48.1 percent meeting the standard (1999).

  • The average writing performance for 4th grade students ranged from 24 percent meeting the state standard (1999) to 36.2 percent meeting the standard (1997).

  • The average listening performance for 4th grade students ranged from 53.4 percent meeting the state standard (2000) to 65 percent meeting the standard (1998).

  • The average mathematics performance for 4th grade students ranged from 14 percent meeting the state standard (1997) to 25.4 percent meeting the standard (1999).

  • For each year, the percentage of Clover Park 4th grade students meeting the state standard in reading, writing, listening, and mathematics was below the state average.

  • The performance trend varied for each content area over the four years for which data were available.

Exhibit 4.2.6 summarizes the percentage of 7th grade students meeting the state standard for Clover Park School District compared with the State of Washington from 1998 through 2000.

students are achieving Washington's performance on a sample of skills and are reported in terms of the percentage the standard.

rigorous achievement standards.

WASL measures student

mathematics. Data state level who met

content in reading, of students scoring

writing, listening, and similar to those at the

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