New Mexico’s test of school students take an assessment test called the Standards-Based Assessment Test. Unfortunately, as David Anderson proves in his new study which can be accessed in the following link, this test is designed in a way that inflates results relative to what New Mexico’s students would do on the nationwide National Assessment of Educational Progress.
The first two items contain the detailed report and its accompanying spreadsheet tables of the estimates for all New Mexico public schools and districts (that had also reported SBA proficiencies). The third report presents this same work in an abbreviated form.
1.       Full Report
2.       Full Report Statistics
3.       Summary Report
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