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ERIC Number: EJ193476
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1978
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The Relationship between Intelligence Levels and Benefits from Innovative, Nongraded Elementary Schooling and Traditional, Graded Schooling.
Yarborough, Betty H.; Johnson, Roger A.
Educational Research Quarterly, v3 n2 p28-38 Sum 1978
The effectiveness of six years of nongraded and graded elementary schooling was studied in seventh-grade students at four intelligence levels. All pupils profited equally cognitively. Pupils with lower IQ's benefitted affectively from nongraded schooling, while higher-IQ pupils profited from graded schooling. All pupils experienced affective changes in grade 7. (Author/GDC)
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Language: English
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