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In the article Tougher Grading Better for Students states facts andinferences regarding students achievements based on easy schools andtough schools It states that students are not acquiring intelligencehowever teachers are being easy with the students grade The articlehas insufficient explanations to back up the claims such as affirmingthat students in tough schools and easy schools dramatically differbecause of a six-point difference It also lacks information to concludethat students might feel motivated to achieve better if high standardswere practiced Stating that Americas high school students may not begetting much smarter is also too vague to assume that all students arenot taking their studies seriously Furthermore the reason why thisarticle leaves a reader confused and puzzled is due to pertinent missinginformation There are approximately nine statements that are claimed to be factsthat do not have enough information to take in consideration Dataclaimed to be a factual is stated in the following sentence Over fiveyears otherwise similar students at tough schools scored about 6 pointsmore than students at easy schools on standardized tests with 100 as thetop score 129 This sentence does not state what schools arecategorized as tough or easy if the students were in honor classeswhat was the subject of the class or how many students scored more thansix points This claim is not credible for declaring that students intough schools and easy schools differ because it does not help explainthe dissimilarity between the two schools since it is only six-pointdifference The six-point difference could have been from an externaldistraction the students were trying to bare with The schools can alsohave different standards that emphasize in different aspects Thestatement also leaves a reader curious about if the schools were bothprivate public or charter Having accurate detailed and meaningfulinformation with rational statistics is vital to be able to understandand believe the claims being madeThe article consists of several irrelevant inferences that reflectmissing information If Betts and Boedeker are right spending moremoney on schools may help a
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