Earlier Studies Concerned with Age at Entrance and with Size of High School
by Benjamin Pittenger — 1917
In the foregoing chapter the writer has attempted to arrange and criticize the various methods used in earlier studies dealing with school and college marks. Such a critique is necessary, since we propose to utilize similar materials. But there is another group of studies which demands consideration here because, while based upon different materials, it is directed toward problems similar to those raised in this investigation. However, it is the results and not the methods of these studies which are of interest at this point.
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