Education Working Paper No. 6  September 2004


The Teachability Index: Can Disadvantaged Students Learn?

Table 12: The School Efficiency Index for 2001

Alabama

108%

Montana

132%

Alaska

81%

Nebraska

106%

Arizona

109%

Nevada

100%

Arkansas

134%

New Hampshire

98%

California

92%

New Jersey

70%

Colorado

120%

New Mexico

107%

Connecticut

73%

New York

74%

Delaware

83%

North Carolina

122%

District of Columbia

36%

North Dakota

116%

Florida

109%

Ohio

103%

Georgia

102%

Oklahoma

137%

Hawaii

92%

Oregon

105%

Idaho

138%

Pennsylvania

88%

Illinois

98%

Rhode Island

84%

Indiana

100%

South Carolina

106%

Iowa

110%

South Dakota

118%

Kansas

123%

Tennessee

118%

Kentucky

134%

Texas

116%

Louisiana

118%

Utah

146%

Maine

82%

Vermont

85%

Maryland

91%

Virginia

110%

Massachusetts

90%

Washington

112%

Michigan

88%

West Virginia

94%

Minnesota

95%

Wisconsin

95%

Mississippi

124%

Wyoming

103%

Missouri

118%

 

 

Note: The School Efficiency Index gives studentsí academic achievement as a percentage of the achievement level predicted by their teachability and state education spending.

Figure 12: Ranking of States by School Efficiency in 2001

Note: The School Efficiency Index gives students' academic achievement as a percentage of the achievement level predicted by their teachability and state education spending.

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