Colombia - Male 6th grade students by mathematics proficiency level . Level 2

LLECE: Male 6th grade students by mathematics proficiency level (%). Level 2 in Colombia was reported at 45.39 % in 2006, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.

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Percentage of 6th grade male students scoring at least 413.58 but lower than 514.41 points on the LLECE mathematics scale. At Level 2, students can 1) analyze and identify the structure of the positional decimal number system, estimate weight (mass) expressing it in units consistent with the attribute being measured; 2) recognize commonly used geometrical shapes and their properties in order to solve problems; 3) interpret, compare and work with information presented through various graphic images; 4) identify the regularity of a simple pattern sequence; 5) solve addition problems in different numerical fields (natural numbers, decimals) including commonly used fractions or equivalent measures; 6) solve multiplication or division problems, or two natural number operations, or operations that include direct proportionality relations. Data reflects country performance in the stated year according to LLECE reports. Consult the LLECE website for more detailed information:

Colombia | Education Statistics