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The study reported in this article was an attempt to investigate how teachers evaluate the achievement of their students. The study was based on a dataset created from portfolios containing achievement products such as written assignments and tests and background information for a simulated student in a grade 8 language arts class. The contents of the portfolio were controlled in terms of achievement level of products and the background of the student. As part of an undergraduate teacherdoi:10.11575/ajer.v45i3.54697 fatcat:gnhnr3zrlfc3voaelxt3ba2mem