PIRL


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PIRL

Pattern Information Retrieval Language.

A language for digraph manipulation, embeddable in Fortran or ALGOL, for IBM 7094.

["PIRL - Pattern Information Retrieval Language", S. Berkowitz, Naval Ship Res Dev Ctr, Wash DC].
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PIRLS tests follow a five-year cycle and Dubai's scores have risen since its first participation in 2011.
PIRLS 2011 [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Report of PIRLS2011-- The Reading literacy of fourth grader students in Taiwan elementary school].
Los resultados del estudio muestran que las victimas de bullying directo e indirecto tienen un puntaje menor en la prueba PIRLS 2011 en 0,02 y 0,14 desviaciones estandar, respectivamente.
A country's performance on any given test cycle (for example, PIRLS 4th-grade reading, TIMSS 8th-grade math) is only considered if the country participated at least twice within that respective cycle.
On three measure of literate cultural capital used in the PIRLS study (Mullis, Martin, Gonzales & Kennedy, 2003) that included, Early Home Reading Activities, Index of Home Education Resources and Parent's Attitudes Towards Reading, it was shown that the percentage of New Zealand children who fell into the highest category was high but the difference in future reading achievement between students in the high and low categories was also very large compared to most other countries.
s (2007) report of PIRLS data identified a two-point percentage difference as statistically significantly different at the alpha = .
PIRLS Reading, 2001 was organized by the IEA to assess reading literacy of 4th-graders.
4 PIRLS was launched by the McTimoney Chiropractic Association ensuring incident reporting was available to a further 600 UK chiropractors.
The top PIRLS performers are more varied than in PISA and TIMSS.
Schools across the country will take part in TIMSS 2011 (Trends in Mathematics and Science Study), and PIRLS (Progress in International Reading Literacy Study), Humaid Mohammad Obaid Al Qutami, minister of education, announced yesterday.
Overall improvements cannot yet be observed for 15 year-olds, comparing the 2000, 2003 and 2006 PISA assessments, (2) but PIRLS and TIMMS survey results indicate that children at age 10-11 have stronger skills today than 5-10 years ago.