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Five Standards and Student Achievement

@inproceedings{Doherty2003FiveSA,
  title={Five Standards and Student Achievement},
  author={R. William Doherty and R. Soleste Hilberg and America Pinal and Roland G. Tharp},
  year={2003}
}
Two studies examine the influence of the Standards for Effective Pedagogy on student achievement gains. Participants were 15 teachers and 266 students (grades 3 to 5) in a public elementary school serving predominantly low-income Latino English Language Learners (ELLs). Study 1 found that higher use of the standards by teachers reliably predicted student achievement gains on SAT-9 tests of comprehension, reading, spelling, and vocabulary. Further analysis found teachers' use of the standards… 

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