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Fort Hays State University

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Spelling Rules As An Effective Factor In Seventh And Eighth Grade Spelling Achievement, Earl G. Schwartzkopf Jul 1947

Spelling Rules As An Effective Factor In Seventh And Eighth Grade Spelling Achievement, Earl G. Schwartzkopf

Master's Theses

The problem of this study is to investigate the spelling achievement of seventh and eight grade pupils in both the graded elementary and rural schools of Western Kansas.


An Analysis Of The Results Of The State Reading Achievement Test In Selected Counties, 1947, W. Wallace Steeples Jul 1947

An Analysis Of The Results Of The State Reading Achievement Test In Selected Counties, 1947, W. Wallace Steeples

Master's Theses

In general the problem of this thesis is an analysis of achievement performance made by children in Kansas elementary schools through the use of standardized tests prescribed by the State Department of Education. More specifically stated, the thesis is a critical examination of these test results in certain selected counties of the state. An effort is made to discover areas of weakness and, if possible, their causes and to suggest possible remedial measures.


The Comparative Achievement Of Entering College Freshmen Based On Standardized Tests And Semester Grade Point, Floyd L. Reed May 1947

The Comparative Achievement Of Entering College Freshmen Based On Standardized Tests And Semester Grade Point, Floyd L. Reed

Master's Theses

To any interested reader or teacher, the purpose of this study was to discover significant differences, if any, in achievement of student s in the three classes of high schools. This brings the reader directly to the general problem of the thesis which may be stated as follows, "The Comparative Achievement of Entering College Freshmen Based on Standardized Tests and Semester Grade Point. More specifically , the problem was to discover: (1) significant differences , if any, in achievement of college freshmen from class ā€œAā€ , "B" and ā€œCā€ high schools in Kansas, by the use of standardized tests in English, mathematics, physical ...