According to the Third International Math and Science Study (TIMSS) results, among participating countries, girls and boys had similar average mathematics achievement scores (U.
What does TIMSS stand for?
TIMSS stands for Third International Math and Science Study (now Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study)
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- Transportation Information Management System
- Traveler Information Management System (North Carolina Department of Transportation)
- Treaty Information Management System
- Tuberculosis Information Management System
- Thermal Insulation Manufacturers & Suppliers Association (UK)
- Travel Industry Management Student Association (University of Hawaii)
- The Information Management Systems Generic Principles Trainer
- Temporary International Mobile Station Identifier
- Temporary International Mobile Subscriber Identity (UK)
- Travel Industry Management Student Organization (Hawaii Pacific University; Honolulu, HI)
- Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (National Center for Education Statistics)
- Third International Mathematics and Science Study - Repeat
- Transatlantic Internet/Multimedia Seminar Southeastern Europe (Balkans e-learning)
- There Is More Than One Way to do It
- There Is More Than One Way To Do It
- There Is More Than One Way to do This
- Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve (US National Park Service)
- Technologie in Medizin Und Gesundheitswesen (German: Technology in Medicine and Healthcare Association; Bonn, Germany)
- Turkish International Model United Nations
- Transportation, Inventory, Movement, Waiting, Overproduction, Over-Processing, Defects (production mneumonic)
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Then in 1995, the Third International Math and Science Study was conducted and the government wanted results.
We excluded results from the 1995 Third International Math and Science Study and subsequent tests because they were obtained outside the analytical period of interest.
The results of the Third International Math and Science Study released three years ago revealed that eighth graders have slipped below the average performance when compared to students from other countries.