A Comparison of Two Types of Reading Performance in Their Relation to School Achievement
In deciding to carry out this experiment the writer was prompted by a desire to determine: first, which of two types of reading performance correlates the higher with school achievement, and second, whether the combination of these two types correlates higher with school achievement than either type by itself. That reading ability is an important factor of school achievement is evidenced by the following quotation "Reading is both the most important and the most troublesome subject in the elementary school curriculum. It is most important since it is a tool, the mastery of which is essential to the learning of nearly every other school subject."
Educational evaluation|Educational psychology|Reading instruction
Graham, Helen Foland, "A Comparison of Two Types of Reading Performance in Their Relation to School Achievement" (1934). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281891.