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Annual Percent Change in the AIMS Pass Rate By Language Spoken At Home

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Visualization Notes:

The academic gap between non-English home language students and English home language students has persisted over the past five years; however in most cases, the gap is narrowing. The annual AIMS pass rate of Spanish home language students continues to increase at a higher rate than English home language students. The pass rate of Navajo home language students is also increasing at a higher rate than English home language students in Reading. In Math, Navajo home language students saw a decline in their pass rate in 2008 and an increase equivalent to English home language students in 2009.

Note: The "non-English home language students" are defined as students who reported a home language other than English. In this data set, the non-English home languages represented are Spanish and Navajo.