One Overlooked Problem with Data

Our district gives a benchmark every quarter to help us determine how our students are progressing towards passing the AIMS (our high stakes test for graduation). We have a very nice setup where we can look at student answers and questions that were missed the most.

Of my AIMS students remaining (the ones who haven’t passed the AIMS test yet) only 4 took the last benchmark. The rest were conveniently absent. Of those 4 it looks like 2 guessed randomly.

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