Why did this student’s risk level change when none of their data changed?

If a student’s risk level changed when their data hasn’t, then it is likely that the data for other students changed. Because we always have a 10%/30%/60% of students split into High/Medium/Low risk levels, it is possible for students to move risk levels without their probability score changing. This happens when other students move categories, which pushes them into a new category. We always display the probability of their score for this reason, as it helps provide context for each student’s risk level. 

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