Nationally Normed Elementary Achievement Testing in America's Public Schools: How All Fifty States are Above the National Average

Nationally Normed Elementary Achievement Testing in America's Public Schools: How All Fifty States are Above the National Average

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Nationally Normed Elementary Achievement Testing in America's Public Schools:
How All Fifty States are Above the National Average


John J. Cannell

Vitamin D Council


Editors' note:

I noticed recently that the first of John J. Cannell's two classic "Lake Wobegon Effect" books was no longer available in bookstores, on the internet, ...anywhere. So, I asked Dr. Cannell to send us a copy, scanned it, and here it is:
Nationally Normed Elementary Achievement Testing in America's Public Schools: How All Fifty States are Above the National Average

Apparently, Dr. Cannell submitted a copy of his second book on educational testing to ERIC, and here it is: How Public Educators Cheat on Standardized Achievement Tests: The "Lake Wobegon" Report

More on the Lake Wobegon Effect Scandal can be found in the Nonpartisan Education Review's Special Section: The Lake Wobegon Effect: Twenty Years Later



Citation: Cannell, J.J. (1987). Nationally Normed Elementary Achievement Testing in America's Public Schools: How All Fifty States are Above the National Average, Daniels, WV: Friends for Education.