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Bloom, Benjamin S. (1968). Learning for mastery. Instruction and Curriculum: RELCV Topical Papers and Reprints No. 1.     Reprinted from Evaluation Comment 1(2). May 1967 University of California at Los Angeles. Retrieved from

Davis, D., & Sorrell, J. (1995, December). Mastery learning in public schools. Educational Psychology Interactive.     
    Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University. Retrieved from

Guskey, Thomas R. (2005). A historical perspective on closing achievement gaps. NASSP Bulletin, 89(644), 76-89.
    Retrieved from

Guskey, Thomas R. (2007). Closing achievement gaps: Revisiting Benjamin S. Bloom’s “Learning for Mastery.” Journal
    of Advanced Academics
, 19, 8–31. Retrieved 10 Dec 2012,    

Guskey, Thomas R. (2008). Mastery learning. Psychology of Classroom Learning, 2, 585-591. Retrieved 10 Dec 2012,

Guskey, Thomas R. (2010). Lessons of mastery learning. Educational Leadership, 68(2), Interventions That Work,
    52-57. Retrieved from

Guskey, Thomas R.  & Jung, Lee Ann  (2011): Response-to-Intervention and Mastery Learning: Tracing Roots and
    Seeking Common Ground.
The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 84:6, 249-255.
    Retrieved from

Guskey, Thomas R. (2012). Mastery learning, In Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (Vol. 5, pp. 2097-2100). N.M.
    Seel (Ed.) New York: Springer. Retrieved from

Kulik, Chen-Lin C., Kulik, James A., & Bangert-Drowns, Robert L.  (1990) Effectiveness of mastery learning programs:         A meta-analysis. Review of Educational Research 60(2), 265-299. Retrieved from

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