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The main goal of the intervention was to increase teachers' capability to teach positive rational number topics effectively. Others have a rising set of scores, e.g., 49, 62, 87, and 130/150 on the final, showing that they maybe have caught on later than others. Although research in this area is limited, Jitendra, Kameenui, and Carnine (1994) demonstrated that a highly explicit math curriculum produced greater student achievement than a less explicit curriculum.

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