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Essential Skills in Mathematics: A Comparative Analysis of American & Japanese Assessments of Eighth Graders
John A. Dossey, Lois Peak, & Dawn Nelson. Presents a comparison of 8th grade math students in the U.S. & Japan, combined with an accompanying analysis of the curricular intents for students in each country. The study makes use of data drawn from the Japanese National Institute of Educational Research’s Special Study on Essential Skills in Math & data from U.S. student performance on the 1990 & 1992 NAEP math assessment. Each of the studies described examined content achievement assessments, students’ & teachers’ beliefs & attitudes, as well as environmental characteristics of the classroom, school, & community. Tables & graphs.
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Gershwin in His Time: A Biographical Scrapbook, 1919-1937
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