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Scores for students from lower-income families increased in most districts since 2003.

Grade 4
 Grade 8

Trend in fourth-grade NAEP mathematics average scores in Atlanta, by eligibility for the National School Lunch Program

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View achievement-level results by eligibility for the National School Lunch Program for each district.

See a table summarizing the percentage of students eligible for the National School Lunch Program at grade 4 and grade 8.

To read more details related to student group categories, see NAEP Reporting Groups.

* Significantly different (p < .05) from 2007.
NOTE: Austin did not participate in 2003. A student's eligibility for the National School Lunch Program, which offers free or reduced-price lunch to students from lower-income families, is used as an indicator of poverty. View complete data at grade 4 and grade 8.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2003, 2005, and 2007 Trial Urban District Mathematics Assessments.

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