The Effectiveness of a Structured Mathematics Program with Culturally Deprived Kindergarten Children

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This study is limited to the mathematics performance of two intact groups of culturally deprived kindergarten students, mostly blacks, with a few whites and Mexican-Americans, who were enrolled at Robert E. Lee Elementary School (Denton, Texas) for the entire school year of 1970-1971. The purposes of the study are to compare the effectiveness of two methods of teaching mathematics to culturally disadvantaged children and to check for interaction of treatments when these children are classified by sex.

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Fairman, Billie Jack August 1972.

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This study is limited to the mathematics performance of two intact groups of culturally deprived kindergarten students, mostly blacks, with a few whites and Mexican-Americans, who were enrolled at Robert E. Lee Elementary School (Denton, Texas) for the entire school year of 1970-1971. The purposes of the study are to compare the effectiveness of two methods of teaching mathematics to culturally disadvantaged children and to check for interaction of treatments when these children are classified by sex.

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Fairman, Billie Jack. The Effectiveness of a Structured Mathematics Program with Culturally Deprived Kindergarten Children, dissertation, August 1972; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500444/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .