Average Public School Math Proficiency

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The national average math proficiency is 47% (2021). Math proficiency of school are compared within their own state only.
Note that individual states determine criteria for 'proficiency' according to their own tests - proficiency percentages should not be compared across states due to the differing tests and criteria applied between each state.
The state with highest math proficiency is Virgin Islands, with an 90% average math proficiency.
The state with lowest math proficiency is New Mexico, with an 20% average math proficiency.
The public schools with highest math proficiency in each state are listed below (where sufficient data available).
Math Proficiency Range: 20% 90% Avg. Math Proficiency: 47%

Average Public School Math Proficiency (2021)

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Average Math Proficiency
School Math Proficiency
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The state with highest average public school math proficiency is Virgin Islands, with 90%. The state with lowest average public school math proficiency is New Mexico, with 20%.