The Disabled Reader: Forgive Us Our Regressions and Lead Us Not into Expectations

Hoffman, James V.
January 1980
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan1980, Vol. 13 Issue 1
Academic Journal
Addresses the issues on the use of expectancy formulas as part of a diagnostic program for children with possible reading disabilities. Trends in the use of expectancy scores based on the discrepancy between actual achievement and potential; Limited perspectives on the use of mathematical formulas.


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