A textbook covers twentieth century US history without mentioning the

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10) A textbook covers twentieth-century U.S. history without mentioning the continuing struggle for civil rights;and pictures throughout the text portray only harmonious relations between the races. This is an example of a form of bias known as: A) unreality.B) fragmentation.C) imbalance.D) stereotyping.Answer: Topic: The Invisible CurriculumLearning Objective: 10.7: Recall the contributions of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) toward American education. 11) Andrew is a student in the class Rebecca teaches. While Andrew is not in the lowest percentile of the class, he isn't in the highest, either. In fact, Andrew could go either way in terms of passing or failing. Rebecca will spend: 53
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12) Which of the following statements is true about standardized tests? 13) Identify an accurate statement about using a student's test score to assess the teacher.
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