Using Hierarchical Modeling to Examine Course Work and ACT Score Relationships across High Schools. ACT Research Report Series, 2007-2.

@inproceedings{Noble2007UsingHM,
  title={Using Hierarchical Modeling to Examine Course Work and ACT Score Relationships across High Schools. ACT Research Report Series, 2007-2.},
  author={Julie Patricia Noble and Diane Lee Schnelker},
  year={2007}
}
This study used hierarchical linear regression to examine the effects of taking specific high school courses on students’ ACT performance in English, Mathematics, and Science. In addition, hierarchical logistic regression was used to examine the benefits of taking specific courses on students’ likelihood of meeting or exceeding the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks in these three subject areas. All effects were examined in the context of the high schools students attended. Moreover, school… CONTINUE READING

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