Results and interpretations of the 2003 mathematics assessment of the national assessment of educational progress
Source:National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston, VA, p.331 (2007)
Call Number:Cubb QA13 .R4686 2007
Keywords:Mathematics--Study and teaching (Middle school)--United States--Evaluation, Mathematics--Study and teaching (Middle school)--United States--Statistics, National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project)--Evaluation
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