What is the median conditional growth percentile?

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What is the median conditional growth percentile on the Achievement Status and Growth report?

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The median conditional growth percentile is the middle value in a list of numbers. On the Achievement Status and Growth (ASG) report, the median conditional growth percentile (CGP) can be found by listing the CGP values in order, and selecting the value in the middle.

For example, if the CGP values are: 22, 45, and 99, the median CGP is the value in the middle: 45. If there are an even number of CGP values, the median CGP is the lower of the middle two. For example, if the CGP values are 22, 30, 45, and 99, the middle two are 30 and 45, and the median CGP is the lower value of 30 in Achievement Status and Growth (ASG) report.

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