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Third Grade Reading

Percent passing literacy test

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Data Updated:
  • education
  • annual report
  • out-of-home
  • well-being
  • foster care

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Data Highlights

General Population

88%

Free or Reduced Lunch

66%

Out-of-Home

66%

Summary

This graph examines the percentage of children who met third grade literacy proficiency standards. The data display information for youth who spent time in out-of-home care, youth who were not in out-of-home care but received free or reduced lunch (a measure for poverty) and youth who did not receive a free or reduced lunch and were not in out-of-home care.

Questions this graph can answer

  • How have reading test scores for children who spent time in out-of-home care compared with the scores of children who received free or reduced price lunches?

  • How has having a disability impacted third grade literacy proficiency?

See also

  • College Enrollment, for the percentage of high school who graduated enrolling in post-secondary education.

  • College Completion, for the percentage of students who completed post-secondary education within 4 years of graduation.

Notes

For additional information on literacy, see the Washington State Comprehensive Literacy Plan: Birth to Grade 12.