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Academic motivation, mathematics achievement, and the school context : building achievement models using TIMSS 2003
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
construct among other student variables, to affect eighth-graders' mathematics achievement in all four countries. The effects of other student characteristics, along with the family, teacher, and school variables, differed across the selected countries....
Using population invariance as a criterion to evaluate equating relationship for college basic academic subject examination
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
was found at passing scores that are farther away from the mean, suggesting that the location of cutoff scores impacts classification consistency. When equating samples are small, using cutoff scores may be a practical alternative to better equating...