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A Study of the Relationship between Key Influencers as Motivators to Attendance, Behavior, Engagement, and Academic Achievement among Middle School Students in Metropolitan Atlanta Georgia

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Jackson, Ronnie

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DissertationDoctor of Education (EdD)Educational LeadershipThis study examines middle school students’ perceptions of the relationship between key influencers on student attendance, student behavior, student engagement, and academic achievement. Three hundred (300) survey participants were used in this mixed methods design, which consisted of an analysis of the independent variables affecting overall student motivation operationalized as Student Attendance, Student Behavior, Student Engagement, and Academic Achievement of eighth grade students. The survey participants were composed of two urban middle schools in a large public school system and a private middle school in the same county. African-American male students were isolated to analyze correlation relationships among variables. Findings of the study indicated that among other outcomes, African-American male students have definite perspectives about teacher quality and the impact of parental involvement.Electronic theses & dissertations collection for Atlanta University & Clark Atlanta University
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2014 05 19
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