PS 85 JUDGE CHARLES VALLONE 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 August 22, 2018 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 the State’s new two-session test design and performance standards, the 2018 Grades 3-8 ELA and math results cannot be compared with prior-year results. The new baseline established this year will enable comparisons with student scores in 2019 and 2020

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2017

2018

ALL STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

163
65%
TOTAL TESTED: 251

LEVEL 1

41

16%

LEVEL 2

47

19%

LEVEL 3

71

28%

LEVEL 4

92

37%

ALL STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

167
58%
TOTAL TESTED: 286

LEVEL 1

63

22%

LEVEL 2

56

20%

LEVEL 3

66

23%

LEVEL 4

101

35%

BY GENDER

FEMALE

PROFICIENT

90
70%
TOTAL TESTED: 129

LEVEL 1

16

12%

LEVEL 2

23

18%

LEVEL 3

36

28%

LEVEL 4

54

42%

FEMALE

PROFICIENT

73
56%
TOTAL TESTED: 131

LEVEL 1

30

23%

LEVEL 2

28

21%

LEVEL 3

25

19%

LEVEL 4

48

37%

MALE

PROFICIENT

73
60%
TOTAL TESTED: 122

LEVEL 1

25

20%

LEVEL 2

24

20%

LEVEL 3

35

29%

LEVEL 4

38

31%

MALE

PROFICIENT

94
61%
TOTAL TESTED: 155

LEVEL 1

33

21%

LEVEL 2

28

18%

LEVEL 3

41

26%

LEVEL 4

53

34%

BY ETHNICITY

MULTIRACIAL

PROFICIENT

10
100%
TOTAL TESTED: 10

LEVEL 1

0

0%

LEVEL 2

0

0%

LEVEL 3

6

60%

LEVEL 4

4

40%

MULTIRACIAL

PROFICIENT

8
67%
TOTAL TESTED: 12

LEVEL 1

3

25%

LEVEL 2

1

8%

LEVEL 3

3

25%

LEVEL 4

5

42%

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

PROFICIENT

47
96%
TOTAL TESTED: 49

LEVEL 1

2

4%

LEVEL 2

0

0%

LEVEL 3

12

24%

LEVEL 4

35

71%

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

PROFICIENT

47
92%
TOTAL TESTED: 51

LEVEL 1

1

2%

LEVEL 2

3

6%

LEVEL 3

10

20%

LEVEL 4

37

73%

WHITE

PROFICIENT

70
65%
TOTAL TESTED: 108

LEVEL 1

14

13%

LEVEL 2

24

22%

LEVEL 3

28

26%

LEVEL 4

42

39%

WHITE

PROFICIENT

80
66%
TOTAL TESTED: 122

LEVEL 1

18

15%

LEVEL 2

24

20%

LEVEL 3

35

29%

LEVEL 4

45

37%

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

PROFICIENT

TOTAL TESTED: —

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

HISPANIC OR LATINO

PROFICIENT

28
38%
TOTAL TESTED: 74

LEVEL 1

23

31%

LEVEL 2

23

31%

LEVEL 3

20

27%

LEVEL 4

8

11%

HISPANIC OR LATINO

PROFICIENT

25
28%
TOTAL TESTED: 88

LEVEL 1

38

43%

LEVEL 2

25

28%

LEVEL 3

15

17%

LEVEL 4

10

11%

OTHER GROUPS

GENERAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

160
72%
TOTAL TESTED: 221

LEVEL 1

20

9%

LEVEL 2

41

19%

LEVEL 3

69

31%

LEVEL 4

91

41%

GENERAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

PROFICIENT

164
66%
TOTAL TESTED: 247

LEVEL 1

34

14%

LEVEL 2

49

20%

LEVEL 3

65

26%

LEVEL 4

99

40%

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

PROFICIENT

3
10%
TOTAL TESTED: 30

LEVEL 1

21

70%

LEVEL 2

6

20%

LEVEL 3

2

7%

LEVEL 4

1

3%

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

PROFICIENT

3
8%
TOTAL TESTED: 39

LEVEL 1

29

74%

LEVEL 2

7

18%

LEVEL 3

1

3%

LEVEL 4

2

5%

NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

159
70%
TOTAL TESTED: 226

LEVEL 1

26

12%

LEVEL 2

41

18%

LEVEL 3

68

30%

LEVEL 4

91

40%

NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

161
64%
TOTAL TESTED: 250

LEVEL 1

43

17%

LEVEL 2

46

18%

LEVEL 3

62

25%

LEVEL 4

99

40%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

4
16%
TOTAL TESTED: 25

LEVEL 1

15

60%

LEVEL 2

6

24%

LEVEL 3

3

12%

LEVEL 4

1

4%

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

PROFICIENT

6
17%
TOTAL TESTED: 36

LEVEL 1

20

56%

LEVEL 2

10

28%

LEVEL 3

4

11%

LEVEL 4

2

6%

NOT ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

122
73%
TOTAL TESTED: 166

LEVEL 1

17

10%

LEVEL 2

27

16%

LEVEL 3

50

30%

LEVEL 4

72

43%

NOT ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

106
71%
TOTAL TESTED: 150

LEVEL 1

24

16%

LEVEL 2

20

13%

LEVEL 3

39

26%

LEVEL 4

67

45%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

41
48%
TOTAL TESTED: 85

LEVEL 1

24

28%

LEVEL 2

20

24%

LEVEL 3

21

25%

LEVEL 4

20

24%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

PROFICIENT

61
45%
TOTAL TESTED: 136

LEVEL 1

39

29%

LEVEL 2

36

26%

LEVEL 3

27

20%

LEVEL 4

34

25%

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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