k Quiz: Tools for the Task An elementary school provided pull-out services for remedial reading instruction. Each of the teachers who worked with pulled-out students kept their own list of who they worked with and when. No master list existed. As part of their school improvement plan, the school wanted to identify effective practices for raising reading scores of the students who were pulled out. They used a spreadsheet to create a master roster and included the students' reading scores. When they made this, they discovered some students were being pulled by two different teachers for the same service and some students had high reading scores before being pulled for remedial reading services. Select the things that would be impacted by having this master spreadsheet. Mark all that apply.Select one or more Reading scores may improve when high scoring students are no longer pulled from core instruction for remedial reading services. The teachers did not have to serve as many students and could focus more of their efforts on the students who really needed them. Reading scores may improve because students are not needlessly pulled twice from core instruction. Identifying effective practices for raising reading scores was now possible because they had documented which students received which services and had that together with their pre- and post-reading scores. If you want to set up a spreadsheet to create a roster of students who receive a specific service, would the following columns be appropriate and sufficient for later determining if the service was effective? Student Name, Either Birthday OR Student ID, Either the Activity OR the Building Name, Days AttendedMark all reasons that support your answer. Yes because it is important to know how much time each student spent in each building. Yes because you can just give a survey later to see if the program was effective. No. If you allow the building name instead of the activity, you wont have a way of mapping student progress from one activity to another. No. If you allow the birthday instead of the student ID you will not be able to merge data in from a different data set because you need the id to match on. A high school counselor is to review the transcripts of the seniors to make sure they are enrolling in what they need to meet the graduation requirements. Which of the following are true about ways of approaching this task?Select one or more. You could print all of the senior transcripts and review them by hand, using a checklist. Reviewing by hand is time consuming and error prone. It may take 100 times or more longer than reviewing them electronically, and mistakes will be made. The district may not be able to purchase a reporting feature because course codes and graduation requirements change so frequently that they cannot afford to reprogram for each change. They could hire someone who can create a spreadsheet to use to interact with the data to identify students who are missing prerequisites, not on track to graduate, or have mistakes on their transcripts. Although extensive Excel skills are needed to create the interactive workbook, only basic skills are needed to use it. Finding red-flags in transcripts could be done more accurately and efficiently than the paper method. The school district (or the state if requirements and student data are uniform) should purchase a reporting feature, programmed to report what students need to graduate and to fulfill university admission requirements. Print the report for each senior. Hiring a programmer to create reports that identify problems from a checklist and report what is needed to graduate and to meet post-secondary requirements would be the most efficient way, and would produce the fewest errors. This may need expensive maintenance, however if the course codes and graduation requirements continuously change.