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Estimation of Standard Errors of Arizona Student Growth Percentiles


Abstract Standardized testing plays a pivotal role in education. The results of standardized testing are used as performance metrics for students, teachers, and schools. The goal in education is to use performance metrics that are as accurate as possible. There are numerous measurement methods, but a popular choice is Student Growth Percentiles. This study will provide an analysis of Student Growth Percentiles in the Chandler Unified School District, located in Arizona. This study will use the Chandler Unified School District data to calculate standard error measurements and create Student Growth Percentile confidence intervals.
Created Date 2014-12
Contributor Smith, Jacob (Author) / Boggess, May (Committee Member) / Kashiwagi, Dean (Committee Member) / Matthew, Strom (Committee Member) / Barrett, The Honors College
Subject Standardized Testing / Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) / Student Growth Percentile
Series Academic Year 2013-2014
Type Text
Extent 25 pages
Language English
Copyright
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Collaborating Institutions Barrett, the Honors College
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