Tests of the Proposed Method
by Arthur Boyce - 1915
Any conclusions to which we may come later in regard to the relative importance of the various qualities of merit and in regard to other problems involved are based on the experience and work of between 40 and 50 school men and women who have tried out and criticized for us the scheme just described. In the correlations to be discussed later, ratings of 424 teachers from 39 schools were used. These 39 schools were representative of 27 cities, all but 8 of which are in Illinois. They represent populations varying in size from less than four thousand to two million.
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