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 JHRSS  Vol.7 No.2 , June 2019
Evaluation for Science Courses in the Middle Stage of Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Based on Light of the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS
Abstract: The current study is aimed at evaluating the science courses in the middle stage of education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the light of the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS.
Cite this paper: Al Harbi, A. (2019) Evaluation for Science Courses in the Middle Stage of Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Based on Light of the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 7, 160-190. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2019.72012.
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