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Ayres, L. P.-1909.-Laggards in Our Schools.
Buckingham, B. R.-1913.-Spelling Ability-Its Measurement and Distribution. Teachers College, Columbia University, Contributions to Education, No. 59.
Courtis, S. A.-1912.-The Courtis Tests in Arithmetic.
-.—Educational Aspects of the Public School System of New York City, Part II, Elementary Schools, subdiv. 1, sec. D.
Elliott, E. C.-1905.-Some Fiscal Aspects of Education. Teachers College, Columbia University, Contributions to Education, No. 6.
Goddard, H. H.-1911.-Two thousand children tested by the Binet Measuring Scale for Intelligence. National Education Association Report, 1911, pp. 870-878. -.—1912.—Ungraded Classes, Educational Aspects of the Public School System of New York City, Part II, Elementary Schools, subdiv. I, sec. E.
Hillegas, M. B.-1912-A Scale for the Measuring of Quality in English Composition by Young People. Teachers College Record, Vol. XIII, No. 4.
Keyes, C. H.-1911.-Progress Through the Grades of City Schools. Contributions to Education, No. 42.
Kuhlman, F.-1911.-The Binet-Simon Tests of Intelligence in Grading FeebleMinded Children. Journal of Psycho-Asthenics, Vol. XVI, No. 4, pp. 173–191. .-1912.-A Revision of the Binet-Simon System of Measuring the Intelligence of Children. Journal of Psycho-Asthenics, Monograph Sup., Vol. I, No. 1. Pyle, W. H.-1913.-Staħdards of Mental Efficiency. The Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. IV, No. 2, pp. 61–70.
Report of Committee on Standards of Efficiency. National Education Association, 1912; 560-574; 1913; 392-406; 1914; 302-310.
Starch, Daniel.-1913.-The Measurements of Handwriting. The Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. IV, No. 8, pp. 445–464.
Stone, C. W.-1908.-Arithmetic Abilities and Some Factors Determining Them. Teachers College, Columbia University, Contributions to Education, No. 19. Strayer, G. D., and Thorndike, E. L.-1913.-Educational Administration-Quantitative Studies.
Terman, L. M., and Childs, H. G.-1912.-A Tentative Revision and Extension of the Binet-Simon Measuring Scale of Intelligence. The Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. III, No. 2, pp. 61–74.
Thorndike, E. L.—1908.—The Elimination of Pupils from School. Bulletin No. 4, 1907, Whole Number 379, of the U. S. Bureau of Education.
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