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Dr. Robert Krueger


Data analysis was conducted to test factors which could affect the ACT scores of Minnesota high school students. Average composite scores across the state’s eight congressional districts were evaluated. Factors studied include family income, parental education, diversity, district location, graduation class size, and graduation rate. Methodology and results will be discussed.


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