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(1) Comment on the Relative Usefulness of the Two Independent Means T-Test and Wilcoxon’s Rank-Sum Test for the Analysis of Educational Data

R. C. Blair
University of South Florida 

Citation: Blair, R. C. (1979). Comment on the relative usefulness of the two independent means t-test and Wilcoxon’s rank-sum test for the analysis of educational data. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 97-110.

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(2) Aspects of Curriculum and Instruction Liked and Disliked by Parents

Marilyn J. Floyd
Florida Atlantic University

Citation: Floyd, M. J. (1979). Aspects of curriculum and instruction like and disliked by parents. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 27-52.

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(3) Compensatory Education Program Evaluation Model and Findings

Jean Jolly
Palm Beach County Schools

Citation: Jolly, J. (1978). Compensatory education program evaluation model and its findings. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 53-75.

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(4) Seven Years of Educational Auditing in Florida: A Critique

Rick Nations
Sarasota County Schools

Citation: Nations, R. (1979). Seven years of educational auditing in Florida: a critique. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 11-125.

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(5) Criteria for Grading Student Writing Quality: A Synthesis of Three Empirical Approaches to Assessing Writing Quality

Richard F. Thompson
Northern Virginia Community College

Citation: Thompson, R. F. (1979). Criteria for grading student writing quality: a synthesis of three empirical approaches to assessing writing quality. Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 77-95.

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(6) Can Valid Causal Inferences be Made from Panel Data?

Kim Onn Yap
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory
Portland, Oregon

Peter Dunn-Rankin
University of Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii

Citation: Yap, K. O., & Dunn-Rankin, P. (1979). Can valid causal inferences be made from panel data? Florida Journal of Educational Research, 21(1), 1-26.

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