An Historical Study of Examinations and Grading Systems in Early American Universities: A Critical Study of the Original Records of Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Mount Holyoke, and Michigan from Their Founding to 1900, Volume 24
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Early Attempts to Evaluate Student Achievement
The Growth of Grading Systems
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