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Date Posted: 04:30:15 12/25/08 Thu
Author: Larry
Subject: It looks like two situations
In reply to: jim 's message, "Larry----HELP!!" on 10:39:26 12/24/08 Wed

Keep in mind I havenít read all 800 pages of this thingÖ

Where a subgroup is below the state baseline, the scores must increase each year until at the end (5 years) they are equal to the state baseline. Each annual increase is one fifth of the amount by which they lag the state baseline, which completely closes the gap in five years.

Where a subgroup is already above the state baseline, it canít drift back from where it is now by more than one fifth the amount by which it exceeds the state baseline. This one isnít an annual thing; itís over the entire five years. This means a subgroup could still be well over the state baseline, but the contract would be breached if it fell too far from its current level.

Oversimplified, a below average subgroup must come up to at least average and an above average subgroup must maintain its position.

This oneís gonna take some thimking.

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