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Tenth-Grade WASL in Spring 2006: Performance on Multiple-Choice and Open-Ended Questions by Student Subgroups

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Robert Barnoski, Wade Cole - August 2007

The 2006 Legislature directed the Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP) to conduct a “review and statistical analysis of Washington assessment of student learning [WASL] data” in order to “identify possible barriers to student success or possible causes of the lack of success.” This report examines the relationship between student performance on multiple-choice and open-ended questions on the 10th-grade WASL in spring 2006 by gender, race/ethnicity, language use, poverty status, and enrollment in special education.

Report ID: 07-08-2202

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