JAMES J AMBROSE SCHOOL (THE) GRADES 3-8 MATHEMATICS ASSESSMENT DATA

The grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics assessments measure the higher learning standards that were adopted by the State Board of Regents in 2010, which more accurately reflect students' progress toward college and career readiness. Data are available statewide and at the county, district, and school level.

Data available on this site are based on those reported by schools and districts to the State as of July 18, 2016 via the Student Information Repository System (SIRS). The New York State School Report Card 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics assessment data will be based on those data reported as of the final school year reporting deadline.

For more information and additional files, please view the NYSED press release

Due to changes in the 2016 exams, the proficiency rates from exams prior to 2016 are not directly comparable to the 2016 proficiency rates.

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2015

2016

ALL STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

204
79%
TOTAL TESTED: 259

LEVEL 1

10

4%

LEVEL 2

45

17%

LEVEL 3

65

25%

LEVEL 4

139

54%

ALL STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

228
76%
TOTAL TESTED: 301

LEVEL 1

24

8%

LEVEL 2

49

16%

LEVEL 3

77

26%

LEVEL 4

151

50%

BY GENDER

FEMALE

PROFICIENT

106
80%
TOTAL TESTED: 132

LEVEL 1

4

3%

LEVEL 2

22

17%

LEVEL 3

33

25%

LEVEL 4

73

55%

FEMALE

PROFICIENT

124
79%
TOTAL TESTED: 157

LEVEL 1

9

6%

LEVEL 2

24

15%

LEVEL 3

45

29%

LEVEL 4

79

50%

MALE

PROFICIENT

98
77%
TOTAL TESTED: 127

LEVEL 1

6

5%

LEVEL 2

23

18%

LEVEL 3

32

25%

LEVEL 4

66

52%

MALE

PROFICIENT

104
72%
TOTAL TESTED: 144

LEVEL 1

15

10%

LEVEL 2

25

17%

LEVEL 3

32

22%

LEVEL 4

72

50%

BY ETHNICITY

MULTIRACIAL

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

MULTIRACIAL

PROFICIENT

5
83%
TOTAL TESTED: 6

LEVEL 1

0

0%

LEVEL 2

1

17%

LEVEL 3

0

0%

LEVEL 4

5

83%

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

PROFICIENT

3
60%
TOTAL TESTED: 5

LEVEL 1

1

20%

LEVEL 2

1

20%

LEVEL 3

0

0%

LEVEL 4

3

60%

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

PROFICIENT

157
85%
TOTAL TESTED: 185

LEVEL 1

5

3%

LEVEL 2

23

12%

LEVEL 3

44

24%

LEVEL 4

113

61%

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

PROFICIENT

165
80%
TOTAL TESTED: 206

LEVEL 1

11

5%

LEVEL 2

30

15%

LEVEL 3

53

26%

LEVEL 4

112

54%

WHITE

PROFICIENT

21
81%
TOTAL TESTED: 26

LEVEL 1

1

4%

LEVEL 2

4

15%

LEVEL 3

6

23%

LEVEL 4

15

58%

WHITE

PROFICIENT

24
80%
TOTAL TESTED: 30

LEVEL 1

2

7%

LEVEL 2

4

13%

LEVEL 3

10

33%

LEVEL 4

14

47%

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

PROFICIENT

8
80%
TOTAL TESTED: 10

LEVEL 1

0

0%

LEVEL 2

2

20%

LEVEL 3

6

60%

LEVEL 4

2

20%

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

PROFICIENT

11
73%
TOTAL TESTED: 15

LEVEL 1

2

13%

LEVEL 2

2

13%

LEVEL 3

4

27%

LEVEL 4

7

47%

HISPANIC OR LATINO

PROFICIENT

14
47%
TOTAL TESTED: 30

LEVEL 1

4

13%

LEVEL 2

12

40%

LEVEL 3

9

30%

LEVEL 4

5

17%

HISPANIC OR LATINO

PROFICIENT

20
51%
TOTAL TESTED: 39

LEVEL 1

8

21%

LEVEL 2

11

28%

LEVEL 3

10

26%

LEVEL 4

10

26%

OTHER GROUPS

GENERAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

195
84%
TOTAL TESTED: 232

LEVEL 1

4

2%

LEVEL 2

33

14%

LEVEL 3

58

25%

LEVEL 4

137

59%

GENERAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

218
82%
TOTAL TESTED: 266

LEVEL 1

10

4%

LEVEL 2

38

14%

LEVEL 3

70

26%

LEVEL 4

148

56%

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

PROFICIENT

9
33%
TOTAL TESTED: 27

LEVEL 1

6

22%

LEVEL 2

12

44%

LEVEL 3

7

26%

LEVEL 4

2

7%

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

PROFICIENT

10
29%
TOTAL TESTED: 35

LEVEL 1

14

40%

LEVEL 2

11

31%

LEVEL 3

7

20%

LEVEL 4

3

9%

NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

204
80%
TOTAL TESTED: 254

LEVEL 1

8

3%

LEVEL 2

42

17%

LEVEL 3

65

26%

LEVEL 4

139

55%

NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

224
77%
TOTAL TESTED: 291

LEVEL 1

19

7%

LEVEL 2

48

16%

LEVEL 3

74

25%

LEVEL 4

150

52%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

0
0%
TOTAL TESTED: 5

LEVEL 1

2

40%

LEVEL 2

3

60%

LEVEL 3

0

0%

LEVEL 4

0

0%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

4
40%
TOTAL TESTED: 10

LEVEL 1

5

50%

LEVEL 2

1

10%

LEVEL 3

3

30%

LEVEL 4

1

10%

NOT ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

125
87%
TOTAL TESTED: 143

LEVEL 1

3

2%

LEVEL 2

15

10%

LEVEL 3

27

19%

LEVEL 4

98

69%

NOT ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

136
81%
TOTAL TESTED: 167

LEVEL 1

10

6%

LEVEL 2

21

13%

LEVEL 3

35

21%

LEVEL 4

101

60%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

79
68%
TOTAL TESTED: 116

LEVEL 1

7

6%

LEVEL 2

30

26%

LEVEL 3

38

33%

LEVEL 4

41

35%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

92
69%
TOTAL TESTED: 134

LEVEL 1

14

10%

LEVEL 2

28

21%

LEVEL 3

42

31%

LEVEL 4

50

37%

NOT MIGRANT

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

NOT MIGRANT

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

MIGRANT

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

MIGRANT

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

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