Panda challenge 2

Your responsibility is to aggregate the data to and showcase obvious trends in school performance.
Your final report should include each of the following:

District Summary

  • Create a high level snapshot (in table form) of the district’s key metrics, including:
    • Total Schools
    • Total Students
    • Total Budget
    • Average Math Score
    • Average Reading Score
    • % Passing Math (The percentage of students that passed math.)
    • % Passing Reading (The percentage of students that passed reading.)
    • % Overall Passing (The percentage of students that passed math and reading.)

School Summary

  • Create an overview table that summarizes key metrics about each school, including:
    • School Name
    • School Type
    • Total Students
    • Total School Budget
    • Per Student Budget
    • Average Math Score
    • Average Reading Score
    • % Passing Math (The percentage of students that passed math.)
    • % Passing Reading (The percentage of students that passed reading.)
    • % Overall Passing (The percentage of students that passed math and reading.)

Top Performing Schools (By % Overall Passing)

  • Create a table that highlights the top 5 performing schools based on % Overall Passing. Include:
    • School Name
    • School Type
    • Total Students
    • Total School Budget
    • Per Student Budget
    • Average Math Score
    • Average Reading Score
    • % Passing Math (The percentage of students that passed math.)
    • % Passing Reading (The percentage of students that passed reading.)
    • % Overall Passing (The percentage of students that passed math and reading.)

Bottom Performing Schools (By % Overall Passing)

  • Create a table that highlights the bottom 5 performing schools based on % Overall Passing. Include all of the same metrics as above.

Math Scores by Grade**

  • Create a table that lists the average Math Score for students of each grade level (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th) at each school.

Reading Scores by Grade

  • Create a table that lists the average Reading Score for students of each grade level (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th) at each school.

Scores by School Spending

  • Create a table that breaks down school performances based on average Spending Ranges (Per Student). Use 4 reasonable bins to group school spending. Include in the table each of the following:
    • Average Math Score
    • Average Reading Score
    • % Passing Math (The percentage of students that passed math.)
    • % Passing Reading (The percentage of students that passed reading.)
    • % Overall Passing (The percentage of students that passed math and reading.)

Scores by School Size

  • Repeat the above breakdown, but this time group schools based on a reasonable approximation of school size (Small, Medium, Large).

Scores by School Type

  • Repeat the above breakdown, but this time group schools based on school type (Charter vs. District).

As final considerations:

  • Use the pandas library and Jupyter Notebook.
  • You must submit a link to your Jupyter Notebook with the viewable Data Frames.
  • You must include a written description of at least two observable trends based on the data.
  • See Example Solution for a reference on the expected format(attachment
 
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Discussion 1: Disaster Recovery

Search “scholar.google.com” for a company, school, or person that has been the target of a network or system intrusion within the past 5 years? What information was targeted? Was the attack successful? If so, what changes
were made to ensure that this vulnerability was controlled? If not, what mechanisms were in place to protect against the intrusion?
You must write about a real-life network/system attack that you found through your internet research.  Failure to discuss a targeted attack and cite/reference the news source will result in a 0 for this entire discussion.
Initial post must be at least 300 words and contain APA citations and references for the article that you researched and wrote about.

 
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Difference between statistical significance and practical significance.

Class, let’s discuss the following questions:
· Describe the difference between statistical significance and practical significance.
· What assumptions are necessary to perform a large sample test for the difference between two populations means?
Note: Your initial post will be your answer to the Question and is to be 300 words with at least 2 references. Initial post will be graded on length, content, grammar and use of references. References should always be below each question as they are a different topic and not related in any way.
References: Exploring Statistics: Tales of Distributions by Chris Spatz

 
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Difference between statistical significance and practical significance.

Class, let’s discuss the following questions:
· Describe the difference between statistical significance and practical significance.
· What assumptions are necessary to perform a large sample test for the difference between two populations means?
Note: Your initial post will be your answer to the Question and is to be 300 words with at least 2 references. Initial post will be graded on length, content, grammar and use of references. References should always be below each question as they are a different topic and not related in any way.
References: Exploring Statistics: Tales of Distributions by Chris Spatz

 
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