2 edition of relationship of high school mathematics to success in a college of education. found in the catalog.
relationship of high school mathematics to success in a college of education.
Wilbur James Waggoner
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mathematics in high school. Inthe Association of American Colleges and Uni-versities confirmed Adelman’s () conclusion that complet-ing a rigorous curriculum in high school is a stronger predictor of college success than standardized test scores or other mea-sures of high school academic performance.
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The factors that influence mathematics achievement has for decades been of interest to policy makers, education practitioners, researchers and society at large because of the far reaching consequences of underperformance in the subject. The success students achieve in Mathematics has consequences not only for the students’ personal.
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