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|Date added||June 10, 2015|
|Category||Academic Standards, Common Core, Education, White Papers|
Author: Bruce L. Wykes
Preface: Lieutenant General Rick Lynch, Retired Three-Star General, United States Army
Release date: June 10, 2015
In-depth analysis of how the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) provides high-quality education to more than 84,000 eligible Military-Connected Children in more than 190 schools around the world and scores above the national averages on nearly all standardized assessments. This report also examines efforts to expand that success to Military-Connected Children attending non-DoDEA schools. The paper uses two case studies to assess the academic performance of military-connected children. One looks at standardized test scores in the Lincoln Public Schools in Massachusetts. Another focuses on the Davis School District, the second largest in Utah, through de-identified, aggregate standardized test results. The paper offers recommendations to make information about the academic performance of military-connected children more accessible.