Grade level


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Grade level

The level of the ground around a building.

grade level

The level of the surface of the ground after the cut and fill process has been completed.
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Results showed 45 percent of eighth-graders in Wisconsin scored above grade level in English.
3 Sarasota's rank out of all Florida counties for third-graders reading at grade level.
An estimated one in six children who are not reading at grade level by the end of third grade will not graduate from high school on time, four times lower than the on-time graduation rate for proficient readers, according to an April 2011 report commissioned by the Annie E.
Table 1 presents the reading grade level scores, sorted in ascending order, for all three business types.
This might be a good time to mention that Einstein wrote his Theory of Relativity at an average grade level of 13.
All San Fernando Valley grade levels gained over last year, but high schools stood out with nearly 32 percent of them ranking 6 or above, up an impressive 7 percentage points from 2004.
In order to test the effect of gender and grade level on pre-service teachers' mathematics teaching efficacy beliefs, two-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was run.
Curriculum-based assessments for not only their grade levels, but also for higher grade levels.
They discovered that, on average, the recruits were reading at a 7th to 8th grade level.
They were also asked the highest grade level they completed.
It is the only scientific and intelligence-based test system online that is totally aligned with Ohio's state standards, benchmarks and grade level indicators for the OGT.
Triage theory predicts that under a status based system such as NCLB, students near grade level in schools that fail AYP will have larger increases than students well below or well above grade level.