Mississippi

Math Performance

How students performed on the end-of-year MAAP mathematics assessment (grades 3-8) or the end-of-course MAAP Algebra I assessment (high school)

Accountability Data

The Mississippi Statewide Accountability System is a single “A” through “F” school and district accountability system. Click any chart to get detailed information on the measure.

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COVID-19 pandemic disruptions continue to be reflected in 2021-2022 accountability data, particularly growth data. Growth calculations for some high school students required measuring growth from the 2018-2019 school year, and overall student performance on assessments improved since the first full year of pandemic-era schooling in 2020-2021. Additionally, students did not have to pass end-of-course high school assessments in 2020-2021, which affected the 2021-22 graduation rate.

Math Performance Overview

Level 1
Minimal
Level 2
Basic
Level 3
Passing
Level 4
Proficient
Level 5
Advanced

Mississippi

Math Performance by Subgroup

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Level 1
Minimal
Level 2
Basic
Level 3
Passing
Level 4
Proficient
Level 5
Advanced

All

Male

Female

Black or African American

Asian

Hispanic or Latino

Alaskan Native or Native American

Two or More Races

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

White

Students without Disabilities

Students with Disabilities

English Learners

Military Connected

Homeless

Economically Disadvantaged

Non Economically Disadvantaged

Migrant

Non English Learners

Foster Care

Math Performance Data

All

  • Level 1 7.0%
  • Level 2 19.3%
  • Level 3 27.3%
  • Level 4 31.5%
  • Level 5 15.0%

Male

  • Level 1 7.8%
  • Level 2 20.3%
  • Level 3 26.6%
  • Level 4 30.0%
  • Level 5 15.3%

Female

  • Level 1 6.1%
  • Level 2 18.3%
  • Level 3 27.9%
  • Level 4 33.0%
  • Level 5 14.7%

Black or African American

  • Level 1 10.8%
  • Level 2 27.1%
  • Level 3 31.3%
  • Level 4 24.6%
  • Level 5 6.2%

Asian

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 41-50%

Hispanic or Latino

  • Level 1 7.0%
  • Level 2 19.0%
  • Level 3 28.0%
  • Level 4 32.2%
  • Level 5 13.7%

Alaskan Native or Native American

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 11-20%
  • Level 3 31-40%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 11-20%

Two or More Races

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 11-20%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 11-20%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 11-20%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 21-30%

White

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 11-20%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 21-30%

Students without Disabilities

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 11-20%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 11-20%

Students with Disabilities

  • Level 1 11-20%
  • Level 2 31-40%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 11-20%
  • Level 5 0-10%

English Learners

  • Level 1 11.5%
  • Level 2 28.1%
  • Level 3 31.3%
  • Level 4 22.9%
  • Level 5 6.2%

Military Connected

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 31-40%

Homeless

  • Level 1 14.3%
  • Level 2 29.4%
  • Level 3 29.5%
  • Level 4 21.1%
  • Level 5 5.7%

Economically Disadvantaged

  • Level 1 8.5%
  • Level 2 23.2%
  • Level 3 30.2%
  • Level 4 28.7%
  • Level 5 9.4%

Non Economically Disadvantaged

  • Level 1 0-10%
  • Level 2 0-10%
  • Level 3 11-20%
  • Level 4 31-40%
  • Level 5 31-40%

Migrant

  • Level 1 11-20%
  • Level 2 31-40%
  • Level 3 21-30%
  • Level 4 21-30%
  • Level 5 0-10%

Non English Learners

  • Level 1 6.8%
  • Level 2 19.1%
  • Level 3 27.2%
  • Level 4 31.7%
  • Level 5 15.2%

Foster Care

  • Level 1 9.0%
  • Level 2 26.1%
  • Level 3 28.9%
  • Level 4 28.8%
  • Level 5 7.3%

Mississippi Department of Education

PO Box 771
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3513

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Last updated 09/29/2022