Stanford achievement test


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Stanford achievement test

[′stan·fərd ə′chēv·mənt ‚test]
(psychology)
A group test employing a primary (grades 2 and 3) and an advanced (grades 4 through 9) examination to measure achievement at various grade levels.
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They also perform at far higher levels on the Stanford Achievement Tests, which the district administers annually in five subjects: math, reading, language, social science, and science.
Results for the Montessori and traditional groups were evaluated in terms of Total Math scores as provided by the Stanford Achievement Test.
Once the two groups were formed, their Reading Stanford Achievement Test scores in grades four and eight were ascertained.
Standardized test scores from the Stanford Achievement Test in language, reading, and math were examined for this group of students.
This effort included an analysis of the sessions conducted in 1990, 1994, 1995, and 1996, and was based on students' scores on the Stanford Achievement Test.
TABLE 6 Total Reading Scaled Scores for Stanford Achievement Test 8: 1994-1995 Grade 6 3 Disability M SD n M SD n Category Specific 546 22 924 605 23 1,581 Learning Disability Emotional 566 34 95 619 32 203 Impairments Mild Mental 535 13 78 591 17 178 Retardation Nondisabled 592 37 24,405 645 33 23,775 National 608 649 Norm Grade 8 10 Disability M SD n M SD n Category Specific 624 27 1,339 624 23 1,339 Learning Disability Emotional 633 33 211 650 34 109 Impairments Mild Mental 607 16 147 623 19 66 Retardation Nondisabled 673 35 21,326 673 34 21,326 National 673 685 Norm
According to a published report, Thomas Dee, assistant professor of economics at Swarthmore College, discovered that after one year, black students scored about 3 percentage points higher on math in the Stanford Achievement Test ff they had a black teacher.
This study matched scores from the spring 2001 Stanford Achievement Test with results of the Fitnessgram.
This sample consisted of all the students who took the entire Stanford Achievement Test (SAT) battery for the spring of 1985 during the district's group testing program.
While with Harcourt Assessment, he oversaw delivery of state testing services to meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law, along with research-based assessments like the Stanford Achievement Test Series.
The company's respected brands include Scott Foresman, Prentice Hall, the Stanford Achievement Test, the Wechsler Scales, AGS, PowerSchool, SuccessMaker, TeacherVision and many others.
Each title covers a full year of math and language arts curriculum, with content correlated to state education standards and the Stanford Achievement Test (SAT 9) and Iowa Test of Basic Skills standardized tests.
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