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Success and failure in the secondary school

O. Banks

Success and failure in the secondary school

an interdisciplinary approach to school achievement

by O. Banks

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Published by Methuen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby O. Banks and D. Finlayson.
ContributionsFinlayson, D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21667179M

The Attribution of Success and Failure: The Subject/Object contrast Patrick Gosling University of Paris X-Nanterre, France secondary school teachers were administered questionnaires on attributions for success and failure in students familiar to them. Student profiles were obtained by a 2 (success or failure) x 2 (extreme or moderate grades. In , the success rate at the West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE) dropped to %, and % in (Ogundele, Olanipekun, & Aina, ). One of the reasons.

  If you study history, you will find that all stories of great success are also stories of persisting through failure and triumph over adversity. But .   School failure is defined as grade retention (i.e. repeating a grade, 10% of Kindergarten-8th grade students), expulsion (% of students) and dropping out of school (i.e. year old not enrolled and do not have a general equivalency degree, 9% which is a decline but total number of students is increasing because of increased enrollment.

books, chemicals facilities) and the students’ academic performance in secondary schools in Ilala District, and to establish how guidance and counseling affect academic performance of students in secondary schools. The study employed qualitative research design. Interview, focused group discussion and documentary. • Student success in postsecondary education has roots in students’ lives far earlier than the postsecondary years, through the influences of families, peers, teachers, counselors, cultural factors, and K–12 school curricula and extracurricula. • Specific on-campus factors important for postsecondary success include high.


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