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Growth and the Iowa Assessments LDA-IA Annual Conference Iowa Department of Education 10/14/2013
Implications Is growth possible? What needs to change to enable students to meet growth? AYP implications – Growth Counts!
What does it take to make growth? ReadingWeakLo MarginalHi MarginalProficient 3 to 4< ~ 41 4 to 5< ~ 41 5 to 6< ~ 41 6 to 7< ~ 41 7 to 8< ~ 41
What does it take to make growth? MathWeakLo MarginalHi MarginalProficient 3 to 4< ~ 41 4 to 5< ~ 41 5 to 6< ~ 41 6 to 7< ~ 41 7 to 8< ~ 41
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