Authors: Jet Jeene
!In the Netherlands a law prescribes that competence levels for arithmetic are standardized by means of so-called reference levels. National tests are constructed accordingly. It appears that at the lowest level of teaching arithmetical skills, which applies to less than 5 percent of the population only, the existing system of reference levels starring with 1F and 2F is not sufficiently refined to distinguish between relevant competence levels and to allow the measurement of students making progress. For that reason new reference levels 1/2F and 3/2 F are proposed.
Comments: 6 Pages. The paper is written in Dutch with preface in English by Jan Bergstra.
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