Promotional practices in Connecticut schools
Connecticut State Dept. of Education, Division of Research and Planning, 1948 - Education - 80 pages
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50 per cent ability and achievement achievement in relation age-grade placement annual rate approximately boys and girls Boys Girls Total Bright Pupils cent Number cent of Non-Promotion child college preparatory compared Connecticut State Department course of study curriculum dropped Educational Research effect of non-promotion elementary level Elementary School emotional EQ IQ EQ factors failed failure holding power IQ EQ IQ justment lative maladjustment ment mental ability mental capacity middle 50 NON-PROMOTION OCCURRED normal age Normal and Bright Norwich Free Academy Number Per cent Participating Towns percentage of pupils progress and retarded promotional practices Pupil Progress pupils eliminated PUPILS IN GRADE quartile range rate of non-promotion Raw Scores regular progress boys regular progress pupils retarded boys retarded girls retarded pupils secondary level secondary schools shows significantly better adjustments Six High Schools sixth-grade level sixth-grade pupils social adjustment Socio-Economic Environment socio-economic status Table Test THIRTEEN CONNECTICUT TOWNS underage