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Dagnew, Asrat – Research in Pedagogy, 2018
The main purpose of this research was to examine the relationship among parenting styles, academic self concept, academic motivation and students' academic achievement. The sample for this research consisted of 136 (82 males & 54 females) 9th and 10th grade students from Fasilo secondary school and was gathered using stratified random…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Academic Ability, Self Concept, Correlation
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Boylan, Rebecca L.; Renzulli, Linda – Youth & Society, 2017
Dropout is a major issue facing our country's schools; however, many students who drop out of school later go on to finish their degree either by returning to high school or by earning a General Education Development (GED) credential. Despite this, there has been relatively little research on these students who "stopout" of high school.…
Descriptors: Dropouts, At Risk Students, High School Students, Reentry Students
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Ross, Terris – Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2016
Previous studies have shown the impact of parental involvement on a number of student achievement, motivation, and engagement outcomes, but the extent to which parental involvement influences high school completion and postsecondary attendance has received less attention in the literature. Filling that gap, this study replicates and extends…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship, Expectation, Parent Attitudes
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Dinaj-Koci, Veronica; Chen, Xinguang; Deveaux, Lynette; Lunn, Sonja; Li, Xiaoming; Wang, Bo; Braithwaite, Nanika; Marshall, Sharon; Gomez, Perry; Stanton, Bonita – Youth & Society, 2015
Dramatic changes occur in abstract reasoning, physical maturation, familial relationships and risk exposure during adolescence. It is probable that delivery of behavioral interventions addressing decision-making during the preadolescent period and later in adolescence would result in different impacts. We evaluated the intervention effects of an…
Descriptors: Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Communicable Diseases, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Prevention
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What Works Clearinghouse, 2015
"Career Academies" is a dropout prevention strategy for youth considered most at risk of dropping out of high school. Students in the program take both career-related and academic courses and acquire work experience through partnerships with local employers. "Career Academies" integrate rigorous academic curricula with career…
Descriptors: Career Academies, Dropout Prevention, At Risk Students, High School Students
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lo, C. Owen – Journal of Educational Research, 2014
Using a realist grounded theory method, this study resulted in a theoretical model and 4 propositions. As displayed in the LINK model, the labeling practice is situated in and endorsed by a social context that carries explicit theory about and educational policies regarding the labels. Taking a developmental perspective, the labeling practice…
Descriptors: Labeling (of Persons), Grounded Theory, Models, Theories
Bouchard, John G. – ProQuest LLC, 2013
This is a study of the statistical difference in post-secondary attendance between high school graduates and 16-to 18-year-old GED recipients controlling for parental socioeconomic status, 10th grade test scores in math, and the number of high school math classes taken. Although GEDs can be the cognitive equivalents of high school graduates, they…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, High School Equivalency Programs, Academic Persistence, Postsecondary Education
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Malkus, Nathaniel; Sen, Anindita – National Center for Education Statistics, 2011
The General Educational Development (GED) credential is often considered to be the equivalent of a high school diploma for students who do not graduate from high school. A GED credential can expand opportunities in the labor market (Song and Hsu 2008) and in postsecondary education for those who obtain it. Nearly all postsecondary institutions (98…
Descriptors: High School Equivalency Programs, Student Characteristics, Adult Students, High School Students