Kazakhstan - Female 4th grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement

TIMSS: Female 4th grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) in Kazakhstan was reported at 88.9 % in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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TIMSS: Female 4th grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of female 4th grade students scoring at least 400 on the mathematics assessment. Students at this benchmark have some basic mathematical knowledge. Students can add and subtract whole numbers. They have some recognition of parallel and perpendicular lines, familiar geometric shapes, and coordinate maps. They can read and complete simple bar graphs and tables. Data reflects country performance in the stated year according to TIMSS reports, but may not be comparable across years or countries. Consult the TIMSS website for more detailed information: http://timss.bc.edu/


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