The 13-question survey that eighth-grade students customarily fill out during NAEP tests asks how much school their parents completed. It can also include questions such as: “Does your family get a newspaper at least four times a week?” and “About how many books are there in your home?” For fourth-graders, it has asked whether they have Internet access, a dishwasher or a “clothes dryer just for your family.”
Plan aims to determine students’ socioeconomic status
Have these questions been updated for 2013? Who gets a newspaper at home 4 times per week? If I don’t is it likely that my family is poor or under-educated? You mean newspaper on my tablet, right? Which might indicate the opposite.
How many books are there in my home? Not many as I’ve switched to e-books. Does that count? Because the number of actual books in my house wouldn’t reflect how voracious a reader I am.
Dishwasher? Clothes Dryer? Are these questions weighted for geography?
While you prepare for your workday tomorrow, remember that Waka Flocka made more in an hour that you will make all month, doing this.
Waka Flocka Goes in the Booth (by nicole wins)
Yoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. I’m in tears.
When someone tells me I’ll make a good wife because I can bake