3rd Grade Math proficiency (2018-19) statistics from the California Department of Education are now available on RaceCounts.org at county and state levels. This data comes from standardized tests that evaluate how well students grasp Common Core educational standards appropriate in each subject in each grade.
Performance: Marin County had the highest Math proficiency rate at 65.7%, outperforming the statewide average of 50%.
Disparity: Glenn County schools produced the most racially disparate Math proficiency rates among all California counties. There, only 20.1% of Latino/a third graders scored proficient or better on Math assessments, compared to 47% of their White classmates.
Impact: California schools recorded 223,412 third graders scoring proficient or better in the 2018-19 school year. Latino/a students were the most impacted by inequity in Math proficiency, they made up 66.4% of all third graders who were not proficient. Click here for data.