Performance for Students with Disabilities in Grade 4 Math Education

The Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) at the U.S. Department of Education released a report entitled Performance Patterns for Students with Disabilities in Grade Four Mathematics Education in New York State.

The report summary reads -

"This report describes the mathematics performance of grade 4 students with disabilities across schools categorized by need-to-resource capacity and compares their performance by school with that of general education students across New York State from 2003 to 2005. It finds that the percentage of students with disabilities scoring proficient increased over time and that the proficiency gap between this subgroup and general education students narrowed by 1 percentage point."

To review the report, you can download the attached file or click here.

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