Middle School Programs Do Make A Difference: An Analysis of Significant Relationships Between Program Implementation and Student Achievement

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Title: Middle School Programs Do Make A Difference: An Analysis of Significant Relationships Between Program Implementation and Student Achievement
Author: Valentine, Jerry; Goodman, Matthew D., 1976-; Solomon, C. Bernard, 1963-
Date: 2006-11
Citation: “Middle School Programs Do Make A Difference: An Analysis of Significant Relationships Between Program Implementation and Student Achievement.” National Middle School Association, Annual Convention, Nashville, November, 2006. (75 minute Concurrent research session: Jerry Valentine with Matt Goodman and Bernard Solomon)
Abstract: The problem examined in this study was student achievement at the middle level and the programs and practices that might positively influence it.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/3490

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