Using Assessment Data to Enhance Your Reading Program
The first time I heard the word disaggregate was in the summer of 1996 while in graduate school.
A classmate, favoring a stule of horn-rimmed glasses, pocket-protector, and polyester pants, seemed well-suited to the word as he gave a presentation on test result. I cringed when he enthusiastically placed transparency after transparency on the overhead projector showing graphs and spreadsheets of numbers representing the latest scores on statewide tests.
I was watching the manifestation of my mother’s admonition that “a girl better learn math or be passed over by those who do.”
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