An investigation of the effects of different rates and methods of promotion: from infant grades on the subsequent performances of children in South Australian schools
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3yrs achievements of different age and achievement age on entry Choppin considered criteria difference between treatments differences in achievement differently under different discussed divergent thinking educational system effects of differing English and Arithmetic English Sums example F and Signif F ratio fact group is compared Group Mean S.D. groups of children hypotheses importance infant and primary infant grades infant group learning length of schooling levels Interaction Treatment matching mathematics Mean Squares Square Means and standard methods of promotion N.S. Arithmetic Sums null hypothesis older children parental occupational level particularly possible primary school problems procedure proficiency promotion from infant Psychology Branch question rates and methods re-matching sample school entry points scores season of birth secondary school showed sixth form Sources of Variation South Australian Department Squares Square 15.62 standard deviations Sums of Mean Sweden Total d.f. Treatment Group Mean variables variance estimate Variation Treatment 2,2*5 younger children