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What Works Clearinghouse, 2005
Riordan and Noyce (2001) report that schools that used the Connected Mathematics Project (CMP) for two to three years had greater gains in math achievement overall than those in the comparison group. Riordan and Noyce do not report whether this difference was statistically significant. However, t tests calculated by the WWC using data provided by…
Descriptors: Standardized Tests, Mathematics Curriculum, Mathematics Achievement, Grade 8
What Works Clearinghouse, 2005
Riordan and Noyce (2001) report that schools that used the Connected Mathematics Project (CMP) for two to three years had greater gains in math achievement overall than those in the comparison group. Riordan and Noyce do not report whether this difference was statistically significant. However, t tests calculated by the WWC using data provided by…
Descriptors: Standardized Tests, Academic Standards, Mathematics Curriculum, Mathematics Achievement
What Works Clearinghouse, 2004
Schneider found no statistically significant differences between the intervention and comparison groups on the school-level Texas Assessment of Academic Skills (TAAS) analyzed in the study. The findings may have been affected by only three schools implementing more than one-third of the total math problems in each year and grade. In addition, the…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Student Evaluation, Program Effectiveness, Academic Achievement
What Works Clearinghouse, 2004
Brooks (1999) compared algebra achievement of students enrolled in the intervention group (I CAN Learn[R] classes) to that of students enrolled in the comparison group (traditional classes) at pretest, midyear, and posttest. Brooks found that students in the I CAN Learn[R] classes achieved higher scores in algebra than students in traditional…
Descriptors: Algebra, Intervention, Middle School Students, Mathematics Curriculum
What Works Clearinghouse, 2004
Brooks (1999) compared algebra achievement of students enrolled in the intervention group (I CAN Learn[R] classes) to that of students enrolled in the comparison group (traditional classes) at pretest, midyear, and posttest. Brooks found that students in the I CAN Learn[R] classes achieved higher scores in algebra than students in traditional…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Algebra, Mathematics Instruction, Intervention