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Nearly one out of six MCPS students in Grade 8 performed at an advanced level in 2008–2009. More than three quarters of these advanced eighth graders who were still enrolled in MCPS for Grade 12 in 2012–2013 continued to perform at an advanced level at the end of high school. In response to the finding that Black or African American and Hispanic/Latino students were less likely to stay at an advanced level of achievement from Grade 8 to 12, the study identified curricular options and high school programs that supported advanced performance by these students as they went on to complete high school.
To support continued achievement of Black or African American and Hispanic/Latino students:
To support future research:
170801-Achievement at an Advanced Level.pdf (951.2KB PDF)