CRCT

AcronymDefinition
CRCTCriterion-Referenced Competency Test (Georgia public schools)
CRCTColorado River Cutthroat Trout (species)
CRCTCollaborative Routing Coordination Tools
CRCTCommunity Resources Consultants of Toronto
CRCTCentre for Research in Computational Thermochemistry
CRCTCriteria Referenced Competency Test (Georgia)
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The cRCT clinical data were used to assign demographics and risk factors at baseline.
Canada's national telecoms regulator, CRCT, have laid down goals to bring this basic service to citizens.
The increased expectations for student learning reflected in Georgia Milestones may mean initially lower scores than the previous years' CRCT or EOCT scores.
[H.sub.o2]: There is no statistically significant difference in CRCT total reading comprehension scores between fifth grade students who receive CSR instruction three times per week compared to students who do not receive CSR instruction while controlling for student reading level and student subgroup.
Georgia has two different achievement tests--high school students must pass the High School Graduation Test (HSGT) in order to receive a diploma, and elementary and middle school students take the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) to measure academic achievement.
Research by the Georgia DOE shows that each day that a student is absent from school contributes to a 3 percent decrease in CRCT scores.
Almost 80 percent of the schools examined cheated on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT).
The biggest cheating scandal to date, other than perhaps the cheating scandal by the midshipmen at Annapolis in 1993, has just been made public by the office of Georgia's governor, Nathan Deal, via a released report from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation; a report that names 178 teachers, school principals and administrators in a conspiracy to fix answers on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT), and also punish whistle-blowers.
Participants' math achievement as measured by both standardized and non-standardized tests including Unit tests, 120 Day test, CRCT, and ITBS) was analyzed for comparison.
We social studies teachers created the test together with the questions derived from the state Criteron-Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) Guide.