Which best describes you?AdministratorTeacherSchool CounselorParentStudentAdvocatePoliticianBusiness PersonOtherDescribe what "on track to be College and Career Ready" means. By Career and College Ready we mean ready to enroll in a career path Community College program or a 4-year college without needing remedial not-for-credit work before being allowed to take courses required for a degree.If a student completes four rigorous math courses in high school, are they likely to need remedial developmental math courses at college?YesNoI don't know.North Carolina Community Colleges have open enrollment. Does this mean that any high school graduate is qualified to complete a degree program, such as welding, or computer programming? Explain.An average student is likely to benefit from the Foundations of Math I course. (By "benefit," we mean likely to score higher on the Math I End-Of-Course test, and to be more successful in subsequent math courses.)YesNoI don't know.What EVASS score would tell us whether a student is likely to score proficient if they take Math I/Algebra I in middle school?EVAAS can't tell us. We need to know if they are gifted.An EVAAS probability to the 90th percentile on the Math I EOCAn EVAAS projection of 70% or greater to scoring Level 4 on the Math I EOC.There is no way to tell. We need to trust the teachers. Historically, they have been very good at accurately predicting who will succeed.I have no idea.Where would you like the answers emailed?