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This study analyzed reading rates and reading comprehension as they relate to two methods of reading: 1) silent and 2) aural- silent using a tape recorder. Adults (N = 100) who were either grade school or high school dropouts were administered two com parable selections from which to read and to...
An attempt was made to determine whether there are substantial numbers of adults whose academic achievement is equivalent to that of a representative sample of college students. The test scores of 43,877 military personnel on the General Examinations of the College-Level Examination Program...
The subjects in the study were 104 male adults who were partici pating in an adult retraining program. A drop-out rate of 55.2 per cent was found. The subjects were given tests of intelligence, reading ability, and personality, and certain personal data was also obtained. The drop-outs were less...
The complementary nature of laboratory education and case study suggests that there is no necessary conflict between rationalist and developmentalist camps, at least insofar as effective political or civic education are concerned. The goal of laboratory education is the development of insight...
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