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ERIC Number: ED051689
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 12
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Success of Black Students in Foreign Languages.
Kollaritsch, Jane
This study investigates the hypothesis that black students at Ohio State University who enroll in foreign language courses attain significantly higher grades in foreign languages than in any of their other major academic subjects. Also, five other major academic areas and eight different foreign languages taken by the sample students were tested for significance of difference between their grade point average in each and their overall grade point average. The data were tested by rank and sex of the students. Results support the major hypothesis. Tables of statistical data provide information which supports the findings. (Author/RL)
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