Based on the English portion of the 2016 Smarter Balanced exam given in California, only 13% of students with a disability either met or exceeded grade standards for reading.
For those students without a disability, 57% of the females and 57% of the males met or exceeded grade standards for reading
The thrust of the data summaries is that male students of all ages and ethnicities score lower than comparable female students. Data for disabilities is also included. The male/female gap is not as pronounced as it is in those without disabilities.
The summary data table (Excel Worksheet) can be found here: