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College Math Readiness Rates by Race via the EAP (2010)

College Math Readiness Rates by Race and Income via the EAP (2018)

2018 EAP Data (Level 4 CAASPP)
# of Juniors*
College Math Ready
ALL STUDENTS
437,883
13% (56,443)
RACE
African-American
24,015
3% (720)
Hispanic
232,433
5% (11,622)
White
104,873
19% (19,926)
Asian
42,593
44% (18,741)
ECONOMIC STATUS
Low-Income
252,960
6% (15,304)
NOT Low-income
184,923
22% (41,164)
Initiative
2018-2019
2019-2020
2020-2021
2021-2022
CSU Dual-Enrollment Alignment
X
X
X
X
CAASPP/Assessment Alignment
X
X
X
X
College Counseling PD
X
X
X
X
High School – College Math PD (9-14 Alignment)
X
X
X
X
School Improvement PD
X
X
X
X
Research Barriers to College Completion
X
X
X
X
Community College Dual-Enrollment Alignment
X
X
X
X
Summer College Readiness PD Institute
X
X
X
X
Middle School Expansion (6-14 Alignment)
X
X
X
Elementary Expansion (K-14 Alignment)
X
X
Summer Bridge Programs
X
X
Teaching and Counseling Credentialing Advocacy
X
X
Race
Total # of Juniors Statewide
Juniors* in Algebra II or Higher
College Math Readiness Rate
African-American
36,208
34% (12,322)
4% (of 12,322 = 493)
Hispanic
229,897
39% (88,677)
6% (of 88,677 = 5,321)
White
144,861
54% (77,306)
17% (of 88,677 = 15,075)
Asian
43,926
78% (34,192)
35% (of 34,192 = 11,967)
*Only juniors with test scores are included in the calculation