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Achievement in the Junior High School

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ISBN 9780674188860

Publication Date: 01/01/1932

92 pages

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A comparison and contrast of junior and non-junior high school pupils in growth of achievement in the fundamental subjects—reading, language, arithmetic—and in certain aspects of science and the social studies. The author’s conclusions are based upon data secured in a series of objective tests. This is a timely study for administrators and students of education.

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