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Consequences of a state accountability program: examining relationships between school performance gains and teacher, student, and school variables.

Study explored the relationship between (a) changes in the scores from the Maryland State Performance Assessment Program from 1993 to 1998 and (b) classroom instruction and assessment practices, student learning and motivation. Several factors from each of these dimensions were found to explain a significant amount of variability in school performance over time using growth models.

  • Contributor: Stone, C. A. & Lane, S. (2003).
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Applied Measurement in Education
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 16
  • Year: 2003

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