Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 2, December

A Note on Factor Congruence
A nonheuristic methodology for studying the stability of factor structures and computer simulation results are reported The results indicate that a highly conservative lower limit to the Burt-Tucker-Wrigley-Neuhaus coefficient of factor congruence, greater...
Retaining Students in College
RETAINING STUDENTS IN COLLEGE1 A case study of the use of outcome assessment methodology as an indicator of program effectivness and the need for fundamental structural reform. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of college remedial...
State SAT Comparisons: A New Method of Adjusting for Percent of Test Takers
This article addressed the problem of adjusting state Scholastic Aptitude Test (SA7) comparisons for percent of graduating seniors taking the examination. It was argued that the usual regression strategy which involves adjusting state SAT means by including...
Teacher Role Expectations as Perceived by Students and Teachers in South Carolina
The present study examined teacher role expectations as perceived by students and teachers in South Carolina. Results showed that middle school students were affectively oriented towards the teacher role expectations whereas both high school students...
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