Gap in Your District

The achievement gap is not just an urban issue. The gap exists in every part of CT, whether urban, suburban, or rural. You can find the gap in your district below.

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Please Note: The graph shows no district data for low-income students in cases where a district has fewer than 20 students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch. The graph shows no district data for peers in cases where all students receive free and reduced lunch.

Source for 3rd Grade: eMetric applications for Connecticut CMT and CAPT Online Reports: Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Data for Grade 3 Reading.
Shows the difference in percent scoring at goal or above between low-income students and their peers.

Source for 10th Grade: eMetric applications for Connecticut CMT and CAPT Online Reports: Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT) Data for Reading.
Shows the difference in percent scoring at goal or above between low-income students and their peers.