End of Course Grades and Standardized Test Scores: Are.

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ERIC - ED531129 - A Study of Socioeconomic Status and.

Ordinary Least Squares analysis indicates that the strongest predictor of student test scores is socioeconomic status, resulting in a statistically significant increase in the standardized coefficient of.224 points. These results support previous research and possible directions for public policy are given.

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ERIC - ED576724 - The Relationship of School-Wide Positive.

This study examined the extent to which end-of-course grades are predictive of Virginia Standards of Learning test scores in nine high school content areas. It also analyzed the impact of the variables school cluster attended, gender, ethnicity, disability status, Limited English Proficiency status, and socioeconomic status on the relationship between end-of-course grades and SOL test scores.

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Why poorer students score lower on standardized tests.

It is currently unknown if physical science standardized test scores are related to the different socioeconomic conditions that exist in a school's student body. This study examined the relationship between student socioeconomic status and student achievement on a physical science standardized test.

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ERIC - ED567381 - Impact of Preschool Education on the.

The dependent variables were office discipline referrals (ODRs), suspensions, and statewide standardized test scores from over 200 students in each cohort. The independent variables were ethnicity, special education, and socioeconomic status (SES).

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The Relationship Between Socio-Economic Status and the.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF CULTURALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS by Yvette P. Ford Kennesaw State University, 2013 Test results have shown that culturally diverse students from both high and low socioeconomic groups have continued to underperform when compared to the dominant group.

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ERIC - ED556546 - The Effect of High School Literacy.

The dissertation explores the impact of test preparation by examining preparation in conjunction with other demographic and foundational factors known to impact performance, such as ethnicity, gender, grade point average (GPA), socioeconomic status (SES), age, and quality of school.

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Socioeconomic Status and Standardized Testing: Causation.

Also during the analysis, socioeconomic status was evaluated for significant interaction with preschool attendance and as an independent variable. After analysis, it was found that only during the 5th grade did preschool attendance significantly impact standardized test scores with those who attended preschool scoring higher on the reading portion. However, socioeconomic status did have a.

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High Stakes Testing Effects Dropout Rates.

One objective of the Stop Skipping Class campaign is to provide best practices for measuring socioeconomic status (SES) and subjective social status (SSS). An important determinant of the approach you will use to measure SES and SSS is the level at which you plan to assess its effects — the societal level, the community or neighborhood level, or the individual level. If you are examining how.

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Are Standardized Tests Biased Against Students in Poverty.

I dedicate this dissertation to:! My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,. students performing low on state-wide standardized assessments and students who fall into the low socioeconomic status (SES) category. On the opposite socioeconomic spectrum, the U.S. Department of Education also confirms a strong correlation between students of middle to high SES performing in the middle to high percentage.

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Why Do Rich Kids Have Higher Standardized Test Scores.

Finally, the data for family socioeconomic status (SES, reflected by the family background variable) showed that higher SES was associated with higher student achievement. Our fifth large-scale study, conducted by Chen ( 8 ), was similarly a structural analysis investigating students in different grade levels (i.e., grades 9 to 11) in terms of their perceived academic involvement from their.

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Perceptions of Middle School Math and Language Arts.

The mobility of low-income students who do not have access to stable housing creates numerous challenges both at home and in school. Among these challenges, academic performance certainly is one of the most important. The lack of a more permanent, familiar, and safe environment is presumed to impact home life as well as students' performance in the classroom.

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Impact of Standardized Testing Emphasis on Teaching and.

Statistical treatment that the researchers used for the socio-economic results such as Frequency Percentage, Pearson and T-test. The Socio-economic status of the respondents. The effect of the socio-economic status of the respondents to their academic status. The difference between the Bachelor Degree Students and Voc. Tech Students.

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