An Efficiency Reanalysis of the Results

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Easily one of the most ambitious educational projects ever undertaken, this TEA Study (Husén, 1967) not only assessed mathematical achievement internationnlly, but, more importantly, attempted to ascertain those variables related to that mathematical achievement. For their pioneering effort and generation of invaluable data, the committee that supervised this study must be gratefully commended. This paper will argue, however, that the published data analyses are almost totally inappropriate and, therefore, new analyses must be made if the results are to be interpreted in any meaningful way.

Journal for Research in Mathematics Education


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