Researchers in an education department at a large state university have designed a study to compare the math abilities of students in junior high. They will also examine the impact of three types of schools—public, private nonparochial, and parochial—on the scores the students receive in a standardized math test. Two large cities in each of four geographical regions of the United States were selected for the study. In each city, one school of each of the three types was randomly selected, and a single eighth-grade class was randomly selected within each school. The scores on the test were recorded for each student in the selected classrooms. The researcher was concerned about differences in socio-economie status among the 8 cities, so she obtained a measure of socioeconomic status for each of the students that participated in the study.

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