1887

Assessment of Children's Progress and Evaluation of Programmes

A few years ago it was apparently easy to examine candidates in mathematics and it seemed comparatively simple to evaluate a mathematics curriculum. At the primary school level the content of the teaching was confined to arithmetic and the debate was in terms of a conventional testing of mechanical and problem arithmetic contrasted with objective, multiple choice tests. The situation at the secondary level was equally stable.

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