1996-97 Report of Student Performance on New Competency Standard for the Class of 1999

1996-97 Report of Student Performance on New
Competency Standard for the Class of 1999
96-97 Competency Test Overview | Percent Passing at End of Grade 11 by LEA


Percent Passing* Reading and Mathematics by the End of Grade 10, By LEA
Below 50% (2) 50-59% (2) 60-69% (4) 70-79%(22) 80-89% (45) 90% or above (42)
Hertford Washington Halifax Bertie Alamance Alleghany
Weldon City Wayne Jackson Brunswick Alexander Ashe
    Scotland Caswell Anson Beaufort
    Swain Cherokee Asheboro Burke
      Granville Asheville Caberrus
      Greene Avery Chapel Hill
      Harnett Bladen Clay
      Hoke Buncombe Clinton
      Jones Caldwell Craven
      Madison Camden Currituck
      Mecklenburg Carteret Dare
      Montgomery Catawba Davie
      Moore Chatham Duplin
      Pasquotank Chowan Edgecomb
      Pender Cleveland Forsyth
      Randolph Columbus Graham
      Robeson Cumberland Guilford
      Rockingham Davidson Henderson
      Rowan Durham Hickory
      Vance Elkin Hyde
      Wake** Franklin Iredell
      Whiteville Gaston Lenoir
        Gates Lincoln
        Haywood Macon
        Johnston** Mooresville
        Kannapolis Mount Airy
        Kings Mountain New Hanover
        Lee Newton-Conover
        Lexington Onslow
        Martin Pamlico
        McDowell Person
        Mitchell Shelby
        Nash Stanly
        Northampton Stokes
        Orange Surry
        Perquimas Thomasville
        Pitt Transylvania
        Polk Union
        Richmond Watauga
        Roanoke Rapids Wilkes
        Rutherford Wilson
        Sampson Yadkin
        Tyrrell  
        Warren  
        Yancey  


*Students who have passed the new competency standard. Passing may include successful performance on grade 8 EOG test(s), competency test(s), or the competency screen(s).

**LEAs were contacted and given the opportunity to reconcile the data. No reconciliation was provided by November 20, 1997. Data changes received from LEAs after November 20, 1997 are not included in this report.