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Research outputs: EDUCATION ASSESSMENT
South African students score poorly in mathematics and language tests when compared with students from other African countries and when comp...
What grade at school should be considered as ideal for poor performers to receive extra tuition to catch up? Not Grade 8, says Cas Prinsloo,...
2007 Automated diagnostic feedback to learners, teachers, parents and education managers from large-scale school-achievement assessment