He said, “READ THE SIGNS!”...what he actually implied was “CAN’T YOU READ?” (which might just be what he really said).
“Can anyone help me understand the significance of a "relative weakness" in word attack skills...I've read all the test manuals and literacy research, yet I still struggle..."
To my students, “More than anything, I’d like to understand how you learn. I would like to have the answers and solutions for you—for all of you.
What was read on the internet: I like GE and AEs for all test scores and Lexile scores for reading. Parents can understand GEs and AEs a lot better than it is for them to comprehend Scaled Scores, Standard Scores and Percentiles.
Different types of scores can be reported on the same test, but that is not an issue if we have the following Normal Distribution chart with us. To show that, let’s look at some examples of different test scores that may be reported to you, beginning with percentiles.