GED scores by Ethnicity and Nation

I took a gander at the 2010, 2011, and 2012 GED total scores by race and nation (from “GED Testing Statistical Reports”). The sample sizes were small. Unfortunately, the earlier reports, which go back to the ’80s didn’t provide scores for Bermuda, the Virgin Islands, and Jamaica+Cayman+St.Martin; as these scores were what I was particularly curious about, I didn’t include scores from earlier years. The scores aren’t representative, etc., etc. but they, nonetheless, provide a tad of info on e.g., (self-identified) ethnic differences in Bermuda. The score were averaged across the three years mentioned. The d-values presented at the bottom are inter-national. Those presented on the right are intra-national. The differences are roughly consistent with Richard Lynn’s Global Bell Curve position.

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1 Comment

  1. Has anyone taken a closer look at the gap in Israel?

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/report-shows-widening-gap-between-ethiopian-pupils-and-other-israelis-1.423288

    Nothing surprising: a full SD by the 8th grade, though it’s apparently smaller in the 3rd and 5th grades.

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