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Next Generation MCAS Tests 2021
Percent of Students at Each Achievement Level for Massachusetts

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GRADE 03 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS519413910 63,61397 499.5N/AN/A
GRADE 03 - MATHEMATICS335284026 63,59997 488.1N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS496433813 65,05597 498.0N/AN/A
GRADE 04 - MATHEMATICS334294324 65,04297 488.1N/AN/A
GRADE 05 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS478394112 65,45497 496.7 34.9 60,288
GRADE 05 - MATHEMATICS334294720 65,39097 490.2 31.9 60,312
GRADE 05 - SCIENCE427363919 65,18296 494.3N/AN/A
GRADE 06 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS4712353122 66,46696 496.6 37.3 61,232
GRADE 06 - MATHEMATICS335294423 66,37295 490.1 26.3 61,140
GRADE 07 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS436373720 67,60494 494.2 36.1 62,122
GRADE 07 - MATHEMATICS356294718 67,53094 492.1 35.8 62,071
GRADE 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS416344118 67,55293 494.6 34.8 62,324
GRADE 08 - MATHEMATICS324284621 67,55793 489.4 27.4 62,316
GRADE 08 - SCIENCE418334316 52,82791 495.5N/AN/A
GRADE 10 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS641945279 64,30590 507.3 52.5 57,634
GRADE 10 - MATHEMATICS5211413612 64,01589 500.6 36.5 57,428
GRADES 03 - 08 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS468383816 395,74495 496.5 35.8 245,966
GRADES 03 - 08 - MATHEMATICS335294522 395,49095 489.7 30.4 245,839
GRADES 05 & 08 - SCIENCE427344117 118,00994 494.8N/AN/A

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NOTE: Grade 10 results for spring 2021 STE are not provided because students in the class of 2023 were not required to take the STE test. Information about CD requirements is available at https://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/graduation.html.

SGP for Grade 4 is not available in 2021, since MCAS was not administered in 2020 due to the cancellation of state assessments and school closures related to COVID-19.

Participation rates varied across schools, districts, and student groups in 2021 more than in prior years. If the participation rate in 2021 was lower than in prior years, results may have been different if more students had taken the test.

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