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Home Schooling: A Study To Determine Student Achievement And Family Characteristic Relationships, Dennis Blackmore Jan 1996

Home Schooling: A Study To Determine Student Achievement And Family Characteristic Relationships, Dennis Blackmore

OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers

The problem of this study was to analyze students receiving home schooling and their family characteristic variables relating to academic achievement. The following research questions were intended to develop a plan of attack to reach conclusions: Do home school students have higher percentile scores on standardized achievement tests than national average? Do home school students have higher percentile scores in specific subject areas on standardized achievement tests than the national average? Do family characteristics relate to student achievement?


A Study Of Student Employment And Its Effect On Student Achievement, Roberta A. Rakestraw Jan 1993

A Study Of Student Employment And Its Effect On Student Achievement, Roberta A. Rakestraw

OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers

This study investigated the achievement of high school students who worked part-time. The following hypotheses were investigated: 1. Students who work 15 or more hours a week have a lower-grade point average than those who do not work or who work fewer than 15 hours a week; 2. The absenteeism rate is higher for students who work 15 or more hours a week than those students who do not work or who work fewer than 15 hours a week; 3. The tardiness rate is higher for students who work 15 or more hours a week than those students who do ...


A Comparison Of The Individualized And Traditional Approaches To Student Achievement In Photography At Churchland High School, James Earl Perkinson Jan 1976

A Comparison Of The Individualized And Traditional Approaches To Student Achievement In Photography At Churchland High School, James Earl Perkinson

OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers

The hypothesis for this research project is that there is no significant difference between the achievement of students taught photography by the traditional and "Individualized Learning Packets" approaches.