How many students skipped the test?
Statewide, 4 percent of the nearly 300,000 public school students eligible to take the state’s standardized exams did not. However, in several schools throughout the state, those rates were much higher.
This chart shows participation rates for charter, magnet and other non-traditional public schools.
Almost all the schools that didn’t meet the 95 percent participation requirement year were high schools. Curious how many students skipped the test in your school? Click here.
State data does not show major disparities in which groups of students were skipping the test. Participation rates hovered around 96 percent for each group of students.
Below are participation rates from 2013 on the previously used assessments for high school students.
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