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ERIC Number: ED003023
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 489
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THE USE OF STANDARDIZED ABILITY TESTS IN AMERICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND THEIR IMPACT ON STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND ADMINISTRATORS.
BRIM, ORVILLE G.; AND OTHERS
THIS IS A SURVEY OF THE ATTITUDES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND COUNSELORS TOWARD STANDARDIZED TESTS. A SAMPLE OF 9,148 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN GRADES 10 AND 12 DRAWN FROM 75 PUBLIC, 9 PRIVATE, AND 10 PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS WAS SURVEYED CONCERNING STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD STANDARDIZED TESTS. IN ADDITION, 1,754 TEACHERS AND 188 COUNSELORS RESPONDED TO THE STUDENTS' QUESTIONNAIRE AND TOOK THE PROJECT TALENT READING COMPREHENSION TEST. THE REPORT CONTAINS DETAILED PRESENTATIONS OF THE ITEM RESPONSES. (JK)
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Identifiers: CARNEGIE CORPORATION; PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh); PROJECT TALENT; RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION