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This means, however, that evidence of a school’s impact on student achievement using these sources is evidence of effects on pupils’ literacy and numeracy. Even when testing programs are expanded, as in the case of Alberta’s addition of science and social studies in Grade 9, they almost never come close to reﬂecting the full range of important cognitive, social, and affective goals reﬂected in the school system’s curriculum policies. So the contribution of schools to individual students and to society, more generally, is always underestimated by these large-scale testing programs, typically by a huge margin.
Of the more than 20 empirical studies of academic press which have been published since about 1989, by far the majority have reported signiﬁcant, positive, though moderate relationships between academic press and 28 K. Leithwood student achievement, most often in the area of math, but extending to other subjects such as writing, science, reading, and language, as well. academic press is described as explaining almost 50% of the between-school variability in mathematics and reading in Goddard, Sweetland, and Hoy’s (2000) study, for example, after controlling for the effects of students’ family backgrounds.
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