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From: Marie Cora (
Date: Tue Mar 08 2005 - 11:49:27 EST

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Subject: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:950] NAAL on states vs. country
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Hi everyone,
I have some other questions for Mark.  I was wondering about the
interpretation of the scoring.  
Do states get their own 'score'?  How is that interpreted (what does it
actually mean)?
Our whole country gets a rating - should we be considering what our
state rating might be in context with the entire US?  Is that important?
In terms of the country's rating, is that done in context with other
survey's (worldwide, or youth surveys), or does it more or less stand
(And pardon if any of these questions don't make sense!)
marie cora
Moderator, NIFL Assessment Discussion List, and 
Coordinator/Developer LINCS Assessment Special Collection at

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