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The matter of assessor variance in early childhood education: Or whose score is it anyway?

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An examination of the relative proportions of score variation attributable to both assessors and children on assessments administered both outside of classrooms by extramural assessors and for measures administered by teachers within classrooms, based on data from multiple cohorts of Head Start and kindergarten children from the 254 Head Start classrooms in a public school system in a large city the eastern United States
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United States

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