Measurement of the Abilities and Achievements of Children in the Lower Primary Grades


by Agnes L. Rogers 1922

Once started, measurement in the lower-primary grades has advanced with considerable rapidity. It was remarkably late, however, in beginning. For this there was a variety of reasons. Prominent among them is the lack of agreement among educators concerning the earliest years of school life. Not only is there difference of opinion as to when a child should enter school, there is also still greater uncertainty and confusion of ideas as to the ideal course he should have after entrance.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 21, No. 2.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 23 Number 7, 1922, p. 143-151
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