Specifically, this research attempts to determine if such a use of Title I funds is an effective remediation for students who have previously failed the North Carolina End-of-Grade test.
What does NCEOG stand for?
NCEOG stands for North Carolina End-of-Grade (student performance test)
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5 percent of students with disabilities scored at or above grade level on the North Carolina End-of-Grade (EOG) Tests in reading, surpassing the state's goal of 43.
The paper studied 10 years of student scores, grades 3-8, on the North Carolina End-of-Grade Reading and Mathematics tests and analyzed how that growth has changed over time.