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NAEP, 1974 - 57 pages
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Page 2 - These include: (1) high metro — areas in or around cities with a population greater than 200,000 where a high proportion of the residents are in professional or managerial positions...
Page 4 - II. Analyze what is read. A. Be able to trace sequences. B. Perceive the structure and organization of the work. C. See the techniques by which the author has created his effects. This objective is a degree more abstract than the first objective.
Page 3 - ... school serves are farmers or farm workers. 3. Extreme Affluent Suburb. Individuals in this group attend schools within the city limits or residential area served by a city with a population greater than 150,000; the area served by the school consists primarily of professional or managerial personnel. 4. Rest of Big City. These are students attending schools in a big city (population greater than 200,000) who are not included in either the Extreme Inner City or Extreme Affluent Suburb groups....
Page 3 - Suburban fringe. People in this group attend schools in the metropolitan area served by a city with more than 200,000 inhabitants; the school and the area it serves are outside of the city limits.
Page 2 - The some high school category consists of all those who indicated that the parent with the most education attended high school but did not graduate. In the graduated from high school category are all those who indicated that at least one parent graduated from high school, and in the post high school group are all who indicated that at least one parent received some post high school education. (This may mean college, but it also includes adult education courses of any kind, vocational training, etc.

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