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The Midwest > Missouri > Education

Assessments > % of Students Above Advanced > Grade 4 Math 3% [44th of 51]
Assessments > % of Students Above Basic > Grade 4 Reading 67% [23rd of 51]
Assessments > % of Students Above Proficient > Grade 8 Writing 27% [22nd of 42]
Assessments > Scale Score, Grade 4 Math 235 [35th of 51]
Assessments > Scale Score, Grade 4 Reading 221 [21st of 51]
Assessments > Scale Score, Grade 8 Math 276 [34th of 51]
Assessments > Scale Score, Grade 8 Writing 151 [19th of 42]
Bachelor's degree or higher, by percentage 28.1% [16th of 51]
Best Educated Index 1.93 [21st of 50]
Elementary & Secondary > Free Lunch Eligible 279,659 [15th of 46]
Elementary & Secondary > Pupil/Teacher Ratio 13.9 students per teacher [35th of 51]
Elementary & Secondary > Total Students- Black, non-Hispanic 162,645 [19th of 50]
Elementary & Secondary Finance > Current Expenditures $6,793,957,096.00 [19th of 51]
High school diploma or higher, by percentage 87.9% [20th of 51]
Percent of People Who Have Completed a Bachelor's Degree 24.3 % [34th of 51]
Percent of People Who Have Completed an Advanced Degree 9 % [25th of 51]
Postsecondary > Degrees Awarded > Bachelors 34,006 [14th of 51]
Postsecondary > Degrees Awarded > Masters 16,285 [11th of 51]
Public Libraries > Library Visits per Capita 4.4 [24th of 51]
Public Libraries > Number of Bookmobiles 30 [10th of 50]

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Michelle (Branson, Missouri)
6th September 2008
I need some direct on what statistics to analyze in a research study seeking a correlation between class size and student achievement of students in Southwest Missouri. I want to use information from the DESE website, but unsure about the data to use and assess to adequately measure the effects of class size on student achievement. (MAP data, AYP, etc.???) I want to keep it simple while at the same time, assess some of the effects of the variables impacting student achievement, such as teacher experience, f/r %, etc. HELP....

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