Date: Nov 8, 2012 2:00 PM
Author: Paul A. Tanner III
Subject: Re: Speachless In New York (or, another OMG moment)

On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 1:39 PM, jk@israeliteknight.com
<jk@israeliteknight.com> wrote:
>> "According to this above, New Jersey's SAT scores - at number 36 in the
> country - are roughly only 100 points below the highest scoring state
>> in the country. No state is 300 points behind another state."
>>

> It depends on how you measure it. Did you know that there are now three subject areas on SAT, and that Hispanics in New Jersey score more than 100 points lower than Hispanics in many states in all three subject areas?:
>
>
> http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/New_Jersey_CBS_08.pdf
> Hispanics in New Jersey
> Reading 441
> Math 454
> Writing 440
>
>
> http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/Iowa_CBS_08.pdf
> Hispanics in Iowa
> Reading 569
> Math 569
> Writing 539
>
> Total difference = 342 points
>
> This is not an anomaly. Even Whites in NJ score more than 200 points lower than Whites in many other states:
>
> WHITES in New Jersey
> Reading 518
> Math 535
> Writing 520
>
> WHITES in Iowa
> Reading 613
> Math 612
> Writing 588
>
> Total difference = 240 points


In your continuing quest to prove the white supremacy to which you
hold, you continue to make some of the most moronic misapplications of
mathematics even in history, as evidenced by the above. (Adding up the
differences is not right when talking about difference in scores. One
is supposed to take the difference of the averages.)