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1 High School Data Team progress update Co-Chairs: Scott Summers Ororo T'Challa-Wakandas Members: Rachel Grey James Howlett Katherine Pryde Kurt Wagner Consultant: Sean Parker This Demo Uses Fictional Data For Purposes of Example The Ultimate Goal is to Answer Your Questions with Your Data DataTeamConsulting.Com

2 Questions Weve Been Asking Are students tracked within course level? Honors Level Courses College Preparatory Level Courses General Education Level Courses If so, is tracking related to race/ethnicity? Asian Black Hispanic White As Self-identified For NCLB Purposes DataTeamConsulting.Com

3 The red denotes statistically significant differences. Average Number of G.E. Courses Hispanic and Black Students Of the 564 students in our sample (last years seniors), we will look at the 270 students who took at least one G.E. course during their freshman year. Thus, we are looking at 48% of our sample. FreshmanSeniorSophomoreJunior Year We might expect the upper line to represent 48% of Hispanic and Black students and the lower line to represent 48% of White and Asian students. However… 64% 42% This difference is statistically significant. Notice the racial/ethnic difference in average number of G.E. courses taken. Also notice the difference from freshman to sophomore year. White and Asian Students Are students tracked in general education (G.E.) courses if they begin as freshmen in G.E. courses? Possible explanations: Differences in Parental Advocacy Bias in Placement Peer Influences Differences in Proficiency DataTeamConsulting.Com

4 240 is Proficient By State Standards 6% Is the tracking related to race/ethnicity? We will look at all 564 students (last years seniors), and we will consider their probability of taking G.E. freshman math. We will ask if this probability differs by race/ethnicity. DataTeamConsulting.Com

5 240 is Proficient By State Standards 6% 12% 13% Is the tracking related to race/ethnicity? We will look at all 564 students (last years seniors), and we will consider their probability of taking G.E. freshman math. We will ask if this probability differs by race/ethnicity. DataTeamConsulting.Com

6 We will look at all 564 students (last years seniors), and we will consider their probability of taking G.E. freshman math. We will ask if this probability differs by race/ethnicity. 240 is Proficient By State Standards 6% 12% 13% 28% Possible explanations: Tracking Since 7 th Grade Differences in Parental Advocacy Bias in Placement MCAS Does Not Fully Capture Proficiency Is the tracking related to race/ethnicity? DataTeamConsulting.Com

7 The Data Wise Model and Our Process DataTeamConsulting.Com

8 Please join us! ? What questions do you want to ask the data? DataTeamConsulting.Com


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