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2017

Theses/Dissertations

Atlanta University Center

Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching

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The Relationship Between Student Achievement And Other Selected Variables And Teacher Engagement, Derrick L. Williams May 2017

The Relationship Between Student Achievement And Other Selected Variables And Teacher Engagement, Derrick L. Williams

Electronic Theses & Dissertations Collection for Atlanta University & Clark Atlanta University

It was the goal of this study to determine the relationship between student achievement and other selected variable such as principal years of experience, student socioeconomic status, teachers’ perceptions of administrative support, students’ perceptions of teacher support, and teacher attendance to teacher engagement. The study also determined if the variables along with teacher engagement were predictors of attrition. Pearson correlations were used to analyze the data that had the greatest significant relationship to teacher engagement. Regression tests were used to determine if the variables were predictors of attrition. The researcher concluded that student achievement, teachers’ perceptions of principal support, and ...


The Effect Of Parental Support And Selected Variables On The Effectiveness Of A Credit Recovery Program As It Relates To Successful Completion Of Graduation Credits, Andrew C. Headd Feb 2017

The Effect Of Parental Support And Selected Variables On The Effectiveness Of A Credit Recovery Program As It Relates To Successful Completion Of Graduation Credits, Andrew C. Headd

Electronic Theses & Dissertations Collection for Atlanta University & Clark Atlanta University

The recent interest in graduation rates (a phrase sometimes used interchangeably and incorrectly with attainment rates and completion rates) began with the Commission on the Future of Higher Education, also known as the Spellings Commissions, which called for “dramatic” changes in higher education to address the “persistent gap between the college attendance and graduation rates of low-income Americans and their more affluent peers” (Cook & Hartle, 2011, p. 1). As educators, we should strive to make sure that the students we serve receive a quality education, one that will prepare them to be college or career ready. In recent years, the ...