"The results were promising. The algorithm yielded more students being placed in college-level classes. Students assigned to class levels by the algorithm were 6.6 percentage points more likely to be placed in a college-level math course and 2.6 percentage points more likely to enroll in a college-level math course. They were also 1.9 percentage points more likely to pass the course in their first term. The differences were even more stark for English classes. Students placed by the algorithm were 32 percentage points more likely to be put into a college-level English course, 14 percentage points more likely to enroll and seven percentage points more likely to pass the course in the first term.​" Find additional information here.

 

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