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A Content Examination of the TIMSS Items

Abstract

The TIMSS debate has "focused mainly on various confounding variables, such as differences in curricula, influences of cultural traditions, and differences in school enrollments. Few researchers have examined closely the academic content of the TIMSS instrument." Wang does and presents his findings--including the five problems he found regarding the questions asked of students.

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