Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 3, March

Arguments for Plus/minus Grading: A Case Study
The issues of grading systems and policies continue to be a hotly debated topic in higher education. One central issue is whether faculty and students are better served by the adoption ofa plus minus grading system. The present paper addresses the following...
Determinants of Institutional Attractiveness to Freshmen at the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria
This study investigated the variables that attract students to University of Benin, Nigeria. And the variables that most significantly influence their decision to attend the university. The sample for the study was made up of 1355 freshmen at the University...
Legal Rights to Homosexuals into the Areas of Domestic Partnerships and Marriages: Public Support and Genetic Causation Attribution
In a random national sample of 800 English-speaking adults, ages 18 and over, 26 percent supported legalization of homosexual marriages and 42 percent endorsed homosexual domestic partnerships. The greater the degree to which this sample attributed homosexuality...
Obstacles to Completion of the Doctoral Degree in Colleges of Education: The Professors' Perspective
Opinions concerning which obstacles prevent doctoral students in colleges of education from completing their degree were gathered from 215 professors, representing colleges of education in 42 states. Respondents were asked to rate to what degree they...
Public and Private Prekindergarten Programs: A Comparison of Student Readiness
In this study, the relationship of prekindergarten program type (public and private), geographic location (urban and rural), gender, and ethnicity (Caucasians and African-Americans) to the kindergarten readiness levels of four-year-old students was investigated...
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