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analysis of course-taking patterns in secondary schools as related to student characteristics
|Other titles||High school and beyond.|
|Statement||by Jerry West, Wendy Miller, Louis Diodato.|
|Contributions||Miller, Wendy, 1953-, Diodato, Louis., National Center for Education Statistics., United States. Dept. of Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 96, 17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
In the framework of multilevel analysis, the slopes representing the inequality in course taking (i.e., the effect of students' characteristics on level of courses taken) are allowed to vary among schools and are treated as a function of school characteristics (Bryk and Raudenbush ). Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.
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Get this from a library. High school and beyond: a national longitudinal study for the 's: an analysis of course-taking patterns in secondary schools as related to student characteristics. [Jerry West; Wendy Miller; Louis Diodato; National Center for Education Statistics.; United States.
Department of Education.]. Get this from a library. High school and beyond, a national longitudinal study for the 's: an analysis of course-taking patterns in secondary schools as related to student characteristics. [National Center for Education Statistics.;].
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Jerry West has written: 'An analysis of course-taking patterns in secondary schools as related to student characteristics' -- subject(s): Attitudes, Longitudinal studies, High school students.
This study examined the relationship between academic preparation and post-secondary educational outcomes. To uncover the factors that influence secondary-level school course-taking patterns and.
Academic drift and curriculum debris: Analysis of high school course‐taking patterns and its implications for local policy makers Article (PDF Available) in Curriculum Studies 19(4) Consequently, identifying school characteristics related to student performance and physical and mental health, and to the relation between these, is a first step in prompting change in schools to promote student well-being (Good ; Good and Brophy ; Lightfoot ).
Thus, unlike many risk and protective factors commonly studied in Cited by: High school and beyond: An analysis of course-taking patterns in secondary schools as related to student characteristics. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington, DC: U.S.
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Based upon an analysis of that data, the researcher concluded that student postsecondary performance appears to be more closely related to student performance in high school, as measured by overall high school grade point average and high school grade point average in English, mathematics, science, social science, and foreign language.
An education longitudinal data system is a data system that collects and maintains detailed, high quality, student- and staff-level data that are linked across entities and over time, providing a complete academic and performance history for each student; and makes these data accessible through reporting and analysis tools.
Course-taking patterns and preparation for postsecondary education in California’s public university systems among minority youth. (Issues & Answers Report, REL –No. Washington, DC: U.S. De-partment of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance.
Teaching and Learning Theses and Dissertations. Follow (), Relationship between characteristics of teachers, their knowledge of reading, and the code-focused reading Degner, Katherine Marie (), Demography as destiny: the role of parental connoisseurship and mathematics course taking patterns among high school students https.
student outcomes than would be expected based upon student background (Lee, Bryk, & Smith, ). But while the research in support of this contention does find significant effects for school characteristics, the magnitudes of these effects tend to be modest, far overshadowed by the effects of student background characteristics The Content of Their Coursework: Understanding Course-Taking Patterns at Community Colleges by Clustering Student Transcripts By Matthew Zeidenberg & Marc Scott Community college student transcripts tend to be diverse, and faculty, administrators, and researchers have difficulty understanding course-taking patterns of their students in order to Cited by: 6.
student trainings in secondary schools but failed to perform well in their university physics courses. The study was conducted under university’s ethics approval and students’ consent was obtained. Research participants, research tools, and data analysis are described Size: KB.
Understanding the Relationship Between Mathematics and Science Coursework Patterns by Xin Ma - Background/Context: There has been little research on the relationship between mathematics and science coursework in secondary school.
Purpose of Study: The present analysis explored the patterns of science course-taking in relation to the patterns of. Table 2 further explores the characteristics of Chicago schools by type of school.
Average 8th grade test scores are by definition highest at high-achieving schools. Living circumstances, as measured by either living with at least one parent or by a block-group level measure of social status (higher numbers imply better living conditions), are also better for students attending Cited by: An LDS should include data commonly found on student transcripts, as well as other more detailed course-taking and outcome information.
This should include current course enrollment and courses taken, grades, and credits earned; and may also include information that allows the student data to be linked with teachers, such as course sections or. FACTORS RELATED TO ADVANCED COURSE-TAKING PATTERNS, PERSISTENCE IN STEM, AND THE ROLE OF OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME PROGRAMS: A LITERATURE REVIEW I.
Introduction In the past quarter century, two national commissions have called for America™s students to be the ﬁbest in the world in science and mathematicsﬂ-- initially by the year. The simple choice model would suggest naturally that larger numbers of schools or school districts per student would offer more opportunities for residents and thus more competition across schools.
This simple model motivates the empirical analyses of Borland and Howsen () and its extension and refinement in Hoxby () and in Hanushek.Despite the rhetoric of American equality, the school experiences of African-American and other “minority” students in the United States continue to be substantially separate and unequal.
Few Americans realize that the U.S. educational system is one of the most unequal in the industrialized world, and that students routinely receive dramatically different learning Cited by: This book provides a thorough review of the research literature on the effect of school size in primary and secondary education on three types of outcomes: student achievement, non-cognitive outcomes and costs per student.