Average Public School Reading Language/Arts Proficiency

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  • The national average reading language/arts proficiency is 53% (2020). Reading language/arts 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 reading language/arts proficiency is Virgin Islands, with an 80% average reading language/arts proficiency.
  • The state with lowest reading language/arts proficiency is New Mexico, with an 30% average reading language/arts proficiency.

Average Public School Reading Language/Arts Proficiency (2020)

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Average Reading Language/Arts Proficiency
School Reading Language/Arts Proficiency
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Did You Know?
The state with highest average public school reading language/arts proficiency is Virgin Islands, with 80%. The state with lowest average public school reading language/arts proficiency is New Mexico, with 30%.