A

researcher was interested in finding the best way to educate elementary age

children in mathematics. She arranged a

pilot program in which some classroom sizes are reduced prior to the state-wide

mathematics competency assessment.

Based on the average

score Males (M = 91.20, SD = 3.20) performed slightly better

than Females (M = 87.17, SD = 7.27). Females depicted a greater

variation in the Math Score than Males as evidenced by their higher standard

deviation of 7.17.

A

researcher was interested in finding the best way to educate elementary age

children in mathematics. She arranged a

pilot program in which some classroom sizes are reduced prior to the state-wide

mathematics competency assessment.

Based on the average

score Males (M = 91.20, SD = 3.20) performed slightly better

than Females (M = 87.17, SD = 7.27). Females depicted a greater

variation in the Math Score than Males as evidenced by their higher standard

deviation of 7.17. Elementary age

children perform better with when their classroom size is small. Classroom size

of 10 or less (M = 93.25, SD = 3.64) had the highest average score

in the mathematics competency assessment followed by a class of 11 – 19 (M = 89.10, SD = 3.26). A class of 20 or more (M = 85.20, SD = 7.15) had

the lowest mean score. It is also the class where the greatest variation

occurred, with a standard

A

researcher was interested in finding the best way to educate elementary age

children in mathematics. She arranged a

pilot program in which some classroom sizes are reduced prior to the state-wide

mathematics competency assessment.

Based on the average

score Males (M = 91.20, SD = 3.20) performed slightly better

than Females (M = 87.17, SD = 7.27). Females depicted a greater

variation in the Math Score than Males as evidenced by their higher standard

deviation of 7.17. Elementary age

children perform better with when their classroom size is small. Classroom size

of 10 or less (M = 93.25, SD = 3.64) had the highest average score

in the mathematics competency assessment followed by a class of 11 – 19 (M = 89.10, SD = 3.26). A class of 20 or more (M = 85.20, SD = 7.15) had

the lowest mean score. It is also the class where the greatest variation

occurred, with a standard Elementary age

children perform better with when their classroom size is small. Classroom size

of 10 or less (M = 93.25, SD = 3.64) had the highest average score

in the mathematics competency assessment followed by a class of 11 – 19 (M = 89.10, SD = 3.26). A class of 20 or more (M = 85.20, SD = 7.15) had

the lowest mean score. It is also the class where the greatest variation

occurred, with a standard