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Mystery of Missing New Rochelle Middle School Students Continues — 335 Isaac Young Students Unaccounted for in Test Data

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Mystery of Missing New Rochelle Middle School Students Continues — 335 Isaac Young Students Unaccounted for in Test Data

October 03, 2017 - 15:29
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY —Test data obtained from the City School District of New Rochelle under a Freedom of Information request, states that out of 1,222 Isaac Young students 555 students took the 2017 ELA Exam and that 513 students took the 2017 Math Exam. The New York State Report Card states that 555 students took the 2017 ELA Exam but that only 178 students took the 2017 Math Exam (see previous article).

So, there are either 335 Isaac Young students unaccounted for by New York State for the 2017 Math Exam or the City School District of New Rochelle is overstating the number of students who took the 2017 Math Exam at Isaac Young by 335 students.

Another off figure is “Total” White students at Albert Leonard is 614 for the ALMS 2017 ELA data but 530 for the ALMS 2017 Math so where there are 84 students “missing” in the data.

The entire analysis of opt-out data is contained in the images above, below are the Opt-Out rates by School, then by Exam type and Racial/Ethnicity. The data provided by the District was redacted in certain categories such as American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian/Pacific Islander and Multiracial so the percentages above are adjusted a bit and not exact but within 0-2% accuracy.

OPT-OUT RATES

 

  • ALMS 2017 ELA: 674 out of 1217 students (55%)
  • IEYMS 2017 ELA: 667 out of 1222 students (55%)
  • ALMS 2017 Math: 594 out of 1218 students (49%)
  • IEYMS 2017 Math: 580 out of 1231 students (47%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 ELA (Black): 145 out of 272 students (53%)
  • IEYMS 2017 ELA (Black): 103 out of 242 students (43%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 Math (Black): 145 out of 272 students (53%)
  • IEYMS 2017 Math (Black): 181 out of 349 students (52%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 ELA (Hispanic): 198 out of 350 students (57%)
  • IEYMS 2017 ELA (Hispanic): 421 out of 773 students (54%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 Math (Hispanic): 181 out of 349 students (52%)
  • IEYMS 2017 Math (Hispanic): 398 out of 772 students (52%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 ELA (White): 312 out of 614 students (51%)
  • IEYMS 2017 ELA (White): 82 out of 149 students (55%)

 

  • ALMS 2017 Math (White): 243 out of 530 students (46%)
  • IEYMS 2017 Math (White): 70 out of 149 students (47%)