Percent of children who tested "proficient" or better, by subject and district, in Alameda County.

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Alameda 71 57 62 69

Albany 79 62 76 75

Berkeley 66 47 57 63

Castro Valley 75 63 67 74

Dublin 79 74 72 82

Emery 41 26 40 52

Fremont 78 67 71 78

Hayward 42 31 36 42

Livermore 72 59 61 79

New Haven 56 40 44 62

Newark 53 44 53 58

Oakland 45 25 45 47

Piedmont 90 88 81 93

Pleasanton 85 80 74 89

San Leandro 49 37 37 49

San Lorenzo 46 42 38 51

Sunol Glen 86 75 84 88

Since the California Standards Test release includes so many numbers -- one for each test and each grade-level -- we looked at two: third-grade English language arts and seventh-grade math. We sorted the schools from highest to lowest score and found the median, or midpoint.

THIRD-GRADE READING: Students deemed "proficient" in each district's median school

Alameda: 67 percent

Albany: 80 percent

Berkeley: 66 percent

Castro Valley: 81 percent

Dublin: 65 percent

Emery: 54 percent

Fremont: 66 percent

Hayward: 25 percent

Livermore: 64 percent

New Haven: 45 percent

Newark: 42 percent

Oakland: 33 percent

Piedmont: 86 percent

Pleasanton: 73 percent

San Leandro: 35 percent

San Lorenzo: 31 percent

SEVENTH-GRADE MATH: students deemed "proficient" in each district's median school

Alameda: 61 percent

Albany: 83 percent

Berkeley: 63 percent

Castro Valley: 66 percent

Dublin: 75 percent

Emery: 45 percent

Fremont: 78 percent

Hayward: 28 percent

Livermore: 59 percent

New Haven: 19 percent

Newark: 59 percent

Oakland: 34 percent

Piedmont: 92 percent

Pleasanton: 77 percent

San Leandro: 22 percent

San Lorenzo: 43 percent

Sunol Glen: 83 percent

Source: California Department of Education