Wisconsin Report Card Study 2012

Full study and background material are linked below:

Wisconsin Report Card Study 2012

Press Conference statement and Executive Summary

2012 Report Card Study Data final

Statistical Analysis System (SAS) output

December 5, 2012 Press Conference photos:

Senate Parlor; front of room from R to L - Kirstie K Danielson PhD, Meg Turville-Heitz, Nathaniel Haack, Scott Wittkopf, Mary Bell

Senate Parlor; front of room from R to L – Kirstie K Danielson PhD, Meg Turville-Heitz, Nathaniel Haack, Scott Wittkopf, Mary Bell

From R to L - Nathaniel Haack, Julie Wells, Scott Wittkopf, Mary Bell

From R to L – Nathaniel Haack, Julie Wells, Scott Wittkopf, Mary Bell

Chair Scott Wittkopf announces Report Card study findings

Chair Scott Wittkopf announces Report Card study findings

One thought on “Wisconsin Report Card Study 2012

  1. Thank you for describing what is so clear here in Washington DC, as well as nationally: students who live in poverty are “kicked when they’re down” by education policy based on test scores. Time for an updated “Brown” decision!

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