The logic was based on the following premises: most students would be taking biology in grade 10, and few students would go on to take chemistry or physics. If few would go on to chemistry and physics, it made sense to place a physical science class at the 9th grade level. ... movement toward more contextualized science in relation to physics was actually true for science textbooks at all grade levels.
|Title||:||Minnesota & TIMSS, Exploring High Achievement in Eighth Grade Science|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing -|