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District-by-District Look at Scores

California gave standardized tests to students in grades 2-11 this year. This chart shows percentile ranks for L.A. County schools that provided data. A rank of 50 would mean that students were at the average compared to a national sample. The Times published school-by-school scores for the L.A. Unified School District Monday. Other school data will be published when released. Main story, A1

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For the record:

12:00 AM, Jul. 16, 1998 For the Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday July 16, 1998 Home Edition Metro Part B Page 3 Metro Desk 2 inches; 39 words Type of Material: Correction
Test scores--In a chart of school district test scores in Wednesday’s Times, results listed for the Los Angeles Unified School District were in fact the average scores for Los Angeles County school districts. Also, the fourth-grade rank for Glendora Unified should have been 10.

District Grade Reading Math % LEP* Rank** ABC Unified 4 44 47 27 23 8 51 61 14 18 10 39 61 11 12 Alhambra City High 10 27 49 28 19 Antelope Valley Union 10 31 36 na 17 Azusa Unified 4 21 26 34 46 8 27 30 36 47 10 16 26 25 30 Baldwin Park Unified 4 21 23 36 48 8 31 32 9 44 10 14 23 7 34 Bellflower Unified 4 37 45 15 27 8 31 33 13 43 10 23 31 9 25 Beverly Hills Unified 4 76 77 6 2 8 71 80 7 3 10 57 77 6 2 Bonita Unified 4 49 48 na 20 8 51 53 na 17 10 41 47 na 10 Castaic Union Elementary 4 52 53 15 18 8 50 49 11 19 Centinela Valley Unified 10 16 25 5 31 Claremont Unified 4 59 47 7 12 8 61 68 6 11 10 56 66 3 4 Compton Unified 4 15 19 25 52 8 21 22 9 53 10 11 20 13 36 Covina-Valley Unified 4 44 45 17 21 8 47 49 8 22 10 34 42 5 14 Duarte Unified 4 30 35 0 37 8 32 33 0 39 10 16 27 0 29 East Whittier City Elementary 4 37 35 20 29 8 41 45 18 28 Eastside Union Elementary 4 29 30 17 39 8 49 41 16 20 El Monte City Elementary 4 20 29 64 49 8 33 35 52 37 El Rancho Unified 4 24 23 31 43 8 29 28 36 46 10 18 32 25 27 El Segundo Unified 4 72 71 na 4 8 62 59 na 9 10 54 59 6 5 Glendale Unified 4 44 48 43 22 8 47 57 32 21 10 32 54 31 16 Glendora Unified 4 61 61 2 22 8 59 58 3 15 10 40 55 2 11 Gorman Elementary 8 62 41 na 10 Hacienda La Puente Unified 4 30 31 23 38 8 37 43 16 32 10 25 42 11 24 Hermosa Beach City Elementary 4 74 74 na 3 8 73 70 1 2 Hughes-Elizabeth Lake 4 52 51 na 17 8 61 46 na 11 Inglewood Unified 4 31 37 15 34 8 30 28 5 45 10 14 22 1 35 Keppel Union Elementary 4 36 31 10 31 8 36 30 4 35 Lancaster Elementary 4 37 30 10 28 8 41 33 7 29 Lawndale Elementary 4 23 25 36 45 8 31 32 10 42 Lennox Elementary 4 14 20 16 54 8 22 29 75 51 Long Beach Unified 4 29 31 39 40 8 37 37 26 33 10 27 40 22 18 Los Angeles Unified 4 31 34 36 35 8 37 39 23 34 10 26 10 16 22 Los Nietos Elementary 4 27 27 36 41 8 32 23 25 40 Lowell Joint Elementary 4 64 61 2 8 8 63 61 2 6 Lynwood Unified 4 15 24 62 53 8 21 22 50 52 10 14 22 38 33 Monrovia Unified 4 35 36 18 32 8 43 41 5 26 10 26 36 8 21 Montebello Unified 4 23 20 44 44 8 26 26 42 48 10 18 28 35 28 Mountain View Elementary 4 17 22 60 50 8 24 28 28 50 Newhall Elementary 4 65 64 12 7 Norwalk-La Mirada Unified 4 30 29 27 36 8 38 34 15 31 10 22 32 10 26 Palmdale Elementary 4 36 33 12 30 8 42 36 7 27 Palos Verdes Peninsula 4 78 84 9 1 8 75 86 na 1 10 64 81 11 1 Paramount Unified 4 16 19 48 51 8 26 27 31 49 10 15 26 34 32 Redondo Beach Unified 4 58 54 12 13 8 59 61 10 14 10 38 53 5 13 Rosemead Elementary 4 41 48 28 24 8 44 54 19 24 San Gabriel Unified 4 41 50 na 25 8 44 53 na 25 10 26 47 na 20 Santa Monica-Malibu Unified 4 64 62 11 9 8 63 56 9 7 10 44 53 7 8 Saugus Union Elementary 4 67 70 5 6 South Pasadena Unified 4 71 68 na 5 8 70 77 na 4 10 57 73 na 3 South Whittier Elementary 4 21 27 46 47 8 34 38 4 36 Sulphur Springs Union 4 55 52 8 15 Torrance Unified 4 59 64 12 11 8 60 65 10 13 10 42 58 7 9 Valle Lindo Elementary 4 34 41 28 33 8 32 30 11 41 Walnut Valley Unified 4 57 58 3 14 8 63 71 5 8 10 49 69 7 6 West Covina Unified 10 26 35 10 23 Westside Union Elementary 4 50 40 2 19 8 55 47 1 16 Whittier City Elementary 4 26 25 35 42 8 33 30 30 38 William S. Hart Union 8 64 67 4 5 10 44 52 5 7 Wilsona Elementary 4 38 35 16 26 8 39 39 9 30 Wiseburn Elementary 4 52 50 9 16 8 45 51 7 23

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* Percentage of those taking the reading test classified as “limited English proficient.”

** Ranking is for each grade level’s reading scores within this sample. Fourth grade has 54 districts represented; eighth grade has 53; 10th grade has 36.

na: not available at this time

Sources: Harcourt Brace Educational Measurement; individual school districts.

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