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This study was concerned with algebra readiness. The policy of the Stockton Unified School District, where the study was made, was to schedule students to take elementary algebra in grade nine if their test scores indicated a reasonable expectation of success. The problem was to determine which of the group test scores available at the end of grade wight would best predict success in first-year algebra.
TeSelle, Wilbur Arie. (1960). The correlation between scores in selected eighth grade tests and achievement in ninth grade algebra. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1440