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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
December 2006
The 2006 Legislature also directed the Institute to evaluate the effectiveness of Promoting Academic Success (PAS) remedial programs in helping students meet standard on the WASL. The study goals are to determine the overall effectiveness of PAS; the relative effectiveness of different remedial strategies; and the relative effectiveness disaggregated by student characteristics.

This report examines the overall effectiveness of summer 2006 PAS programs to help students meet standard on the WASL in August 2006. Effectiveness is defined as the difference in met-standard rates on the August WASL for students who did and did not participate in summer 2006 PAS.
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