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    • High Scoring, Low Achievement Gap Erika Nordfelt Rocky Mountain High School
    • Problem
      • High scoring yet low achieving group of sophomores.
      • Students were identified that had an imbalance in test scores (CSAP) verses GPA or attendance record.
      • Average student GPA at the beginning of the semester was 1.87 and test scores were comparatively examined.
    • Action
      • Students were identified and grouped into two classes, one per quarter.
        • Critical Skills and Health
      • All students were assigned to the same counselor who would be actively involved in their classes and implement supplemental lessons.
      • Lessons were tailored and designed to address specific problem areas for that group of students.
      • Students would also participate in additional activities geared to enhance overall experience within the class
        • CSU Ropes Course
    • GPA Results Average GPA at beginning of the semester: 1.877 Average GPA at present: 1.899 Average GPA change: .021
    • Attendance Results
      • Average days missed at beginning of semester: 14.898
      • Average days missed at present: 6.021
      • Average attendance change: -8.886
    • Class Rank Results
      • Average class percentile at beginning of semester: 81.81%
      • Average class percentile at present: 84.40%
      • Average percentile change: 2.60%
    • Recommendations
      • Research wise the results are not conclusive because of so many other influencing variables. Yet the information is helpful.
      • Use pre and post test for student feedback.
      • May place the student group in more than one class together.