My 200th Post – On Literacy Part 3
Hard to believe I have written 200 posts – the equivalent of 2 books, for no pay, and with surprisingly little pain! Thanks for reading and commenting: the thoughtful back and forth in the comments makes this all worthwhile.
[Oops: I updated the post to provide the link to the graphics site.]
As part of my continuing writing on literacy, I offer a short post – some graphics with a few questions.
The graph below comes from a site that specializes in education data. Here we see a critical data set in the argument over schools and poverty – New York City 3rd grade scores by school vs. SES levels:
The graph is actually interactive: by mousing over a dot you can see the name of each school. Here are a few of the important outliers to the somewhat general trend (the red dots equal charter schools):
(You can see…
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