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    Define Windows Using Multiple Factors

    Weighted ranking on a single factor can hide lots of information. For instance, students without access to internet perform 1-3 full letter grades worse than their peers with internet access. A teacher that wanted to consider student privilege could take many factors into account when assigning student grades to get a better sense for how strong individual students were.

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