Student Achievement and the Appalachian Math and Science Part.
Authors: Eugenia F. Toma, John Foster

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The hypothesis examined in this work is that K-12 teacher participation in AMSP results in student test score gains on math and science standardized exams independently of other factors that also influence test scores. Participation of teachers in the AMSP schools can be measured both by percentage of teachers participating and by the numbers of hours of partnership training in which teachers have engaged.