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2009 Government Assessment

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HSA Item Number Answer Indicators Assessed
1 D 1.2.2 The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society.
2 H 1.2.3 The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety.
3 B 1.1.3 The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
4 H 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
5 C 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
6 J 4.1.1 The student will evaluate how governments affect the answers to the basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce.
7 C 3.1.1 The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies.
8 H 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.
9 B 1.2.3 The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety.
10 F 1.2.1 The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society.
11 C 3.1.2 The student will evaluate the role of government in addressing land use and other environmental issues.
12 J 1.2.2 The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society.
13 C 3.1.1 The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies.
14 J 1.1.3 The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
15 C 2.1.1 The student will analyze economic, political, social issues and their affect on foreign policies of the United States.
16 G 4.1.4 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of current monetary and fiscal policy on promoting full employment, price stability, and economic performance.
17 A 1.2.4 The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
18 H 3.1.3 The student will analyze the roles and relationships of regions on the formation and implementation of government policy.
19 D 2.1.2 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States.
20 F 4.1.3 The student will examine regulatory agencies and their social, economic, and political impact on the country, a region, or on/within a state.
21 C 1.1.4 The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions.
22 J 1.2.1 The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society.
23 C 4.1.3 The student will examine regulatory agencies and their social, economic, and political impact on the country, a region, or on/within a state.
24 F 1.2.4 The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
25 D 1.1.4 The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions.
26 G 1.2.1 The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society.
27 D 1.1.4 The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions.
28 G 1.2.5 The student will analyze elements, proceedings, and decisions related to criminal and civil law.
29 A 1.2.4 The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
30 G 1.2.2 The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society.
31 C 4.1.1 The student will evaluate how governments affect the answers to the basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce.
32 J 4.1.3 The student will examine regulatory agencies and their social, economic, and political impact on the country, a region, or on/within a state.
33 A 3.1.3 The student will analyze the roles and relationships of regions on the formation and implementation of government policy.
34 F 3.1.1 The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies.
35 A 4.1.4 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of current monetary and fiscal policy on promoting full employment, price stability, and economic performance.
36 J 2.2.1 The student will analyze advantages and disadvantages of various types of governments throughout the world.
37 B 1.1.3 The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
38 H 1.2.3 The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety.
39 A 1.2.3 The student will evaluate the impact of governmental decisions and actions that have affected the rights of individuals and groups in American society and/or have affected maintaining order and/or safety.
40 F 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.
41 D 1.2.1 The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society.
42 F 1.2.4 The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
43 B 2.1.2 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States.
44 G 2.2.1 The student will analyze advantages and disadvantages of various types of governments throughout the world.
45 A 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
46 G 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.
47 D 2.2.1 The student will analyze advantages and disadvantages of various types of governments throughout the world.
48 J 3.1.2 The student will evaluate the role of government in addressing land use and other environmental issues.
49 D 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.
50 J 1.1.3 The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
51 A 2.2.1 The student will analyze advantages and disadvantages of various types of governments throughout the world.
52 F 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
53 D 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.
54 J 3.1.2 The student will evaluate the role of government in addressing land use and other environmental issues.
55 C 2.1.1 The student will analyze economic, political, social issues and their affect on foreign policies of the United States.
56 H 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
57 C 1.2.5 The student will analyze elements, proceedings, and decisions related to criminal and civil law.
58 H 4.1.4 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of current monetary and fiscal policy on promoting full employment, price stability, and economic performance.
59 A 4.1.2 The student will utilize the principles of economic costs and benefits and opportunity cost to analyze the effectiveness of government policy in achieving socio-economic goals.
60 H 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
61 D 2.1.1 The student will analyze economic, political, social issues and their affect on foreign policies of the United States.
62 G 2.1.2 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States.
63 B 1.1.4 The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions.
64 J 3.1.1 The student will evaluate demographic factors related to political participation, public policy and government policies.
65 C 4.1.3 The student will examine regulatory agencies and their social, economic, and political impact on the country, a region, or on/within a state.
66 G 4.1.4 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of current monetary and fiscal policy on promoting full employment, price stability, and economic performance.
67 D 1.2.2 The student will analyze legislation designed to protect the rights of individuals and groups and to promote equity in American society.
68 J 2.1.2 The student will evaluate the effectiveness of international alliances and organizations from the perspective of the United States.
69 A 1.2.5 The student will analyze elements, proceedings, and decisions related to criminal and civil law.
70 F 4.1.1 The student will evaluate how governments affect the answers to the basic economic questions of what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce.
71 D 2.2.1 The student will analyze advantages and disadvantages of various types of governments throughout the world.
72 G 3.1.2 The student will evaluate the role of government in addressing land use and other environmental issues.
73 B 1.2.5 The student will analyze elements, proceedings, and decisions related to criminal and civil law.
74 F 1.1.2 The student will evaluate how the principles of government assist or impede the functioning of government.
75 B 4.1.2 The student will utilize the principles of economic costs and benefits and opportunity cost to analyze the effectiveness of government policy in achieving socio-economic goals.
76 J 1.2.1 The student will analyze the impact of landmark Supreme Court decisions on governmental powers, rights, and responsibilities of citizens in our changing society.
77 A 4.1.2 The student will utilize the principles of economic costs and benefits and opportunity cost to analyze the effectiveness of government policy in achieving socio-economic goals.
78 J 3.1.3 The student will analyze the roles and relationships of regions on the formation and implementation of government policy.
79 A 1.1.4 The student will explain roles and analyze strategies individuals or groups may use to initiate change in governmental policy and institutions.
80 J 1.1.3 The student will evaluate roles and policies the government has assumed regarding public issues.
81 B 4.1.2 The student will utilize the principles of economic costs and benefits and opportunity cost to analyze the effectiveness of government policy in achieving socio-economic goals.
82 J 1.1.1 The student will analyze historic documents to determine the basic principles of United States government and apply them to real-world situations.

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