Mathematics assessment scenarios for at-risk students

Telese, James; Kulm, Gerald
June 1995
Urban Review;Jun95, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p121
Academic Journal
Describes mathematics achievement tasks designed by a team of university and public school mathematics educators for students who have difficulty in the subject. Move by educators to develop a democratic assessment initiative; Design of the assessment tasks; Roles of teachers and university educators; Cost of equity in assessment; Recommendations regarding the assessment of students' abilities.


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