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To assess the raised expectations of college and career readiness for all students, a group of American Diploma Project (ADP) Network states formed the ADP Assessment Consortium in 2005. The Consortium created Algebra I and II end-of-course exams, based in large part on Achieve's ADP mathematics benchmarks, which would provide an honest assessment of whether a student has mastered the content in the course they just completed and whether the student is prepared for higher-level mathematics coursework. The spring 2010 administration marked the second administration of the Algebra I exam. The ADP Algebra II End-of-Course Exam was administered for the third time. This report presents the results of the Spring 2010 administration of the ADP Assessment Consortium's Algebra I and II exams. (Contains 9 footnotes and 9 tables.)

Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Education Work Relationship, Consortia, Algebra, Standards, Graduation Requirements, College Preparation, Secondary School Mathematics, High School Graduates, College Mathematics, Annual Reports, Student Evaluation, Careers, Readiness, Higher Education, Secondary Education

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