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ERIC Number: ED397398
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 15
Abstractor: N/A
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The Effect of Student Behavior on the Reading Achievement of Second Grade Students.
Kulekowskis, Jennifer
A study explored the relationship between student behavior ("troubling" versus "non-troubling") and reading achievement among second-grade students. Of the 128 students enrolled in regular education classrooms at Paul Revere Elementary School (a public school in a southern suburb of Chicago), 30 were randomly selected to be a sub-population representing "troubling" students and 30 were randomly selected to be a sub-population representing "non-troubling" students. Students identified as having troubling behavior could not be dually classified as "Behavior Disordered" nor "Learning Disabled," but were, like their non-troubling peers, enrolled in regular education classrooms. The norm-referenced Metropolitan Achievement Test 7 indicated that students who were classified as non-troubling had significantly higher reading achievement scores than students who were classified as troubling. (Contains 23 references and 1 table of data.) (Author/RS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Metropolitan Achievement Tests