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Using data, asking the right questions

Using data, asking the right questions

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Advice sought from administrators: What questions would you ask if your state test data showed the following trend in test scores with a steady rise in scores from first recorded year, a drastic two year drop, then a sharp increase again? Year Percent passing 2010 79% 2009 69% 2008 71% 2007 87% 2006 84% 2005 79% 2004 67% What questions should be asked, what further data would you look into to help explain the drop in schools over that two year period?

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