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I found this chart to be interesting, however I do not completely understand it. Is there a better explaination of the leveling of scores? What specifies as low, mid, high income? I tried a basic google search regarding it, but to no avail.
Does this read as 74% of students who scored high in 8th grade math, who were also from a high income family at that time, went on to complete a bachelor degree?
If you had high math scores and came from a high income family (defined as being from a family in the top census quintile), then you had a 74% chance of completing a four year degree. But more importantly, if you were in the high income family, you had at least a 30% chance of holding a bachelors degree. That seems really important.
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