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Accuracy of teacher judgments of preschoolers' math skills

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A study of the relationship between teachers' judgments of children's math skills using an indirect rating scale and children's performance on two direct assessments--number sense and geometry and measurement skills, that includes an examination of the alignment between the indirect assessment and the two direct assessments, based on data from 316 preschool children and their teachers, both enrolled in a field trial of a curriculum designed to enhance students' knowledge of math and science
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United States

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