a nonrandomized research model wherein the reactions of a remediation group and a control group are contrasted on gauges gathered at the starting and end of the research.

NONEQUIVALENT-GROUPS DESIGN: "The non-equivalent groups design was the best method the research team could possibly use to assure accurate and unbiased results."
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