A comparative study of two forms of school organization for the early adolescent in terms of pupil achievement and school adjustment

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1967

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Problem. The purpose of this study was to organize and conduct a comparative study of two plans of school organization for the early adolescent. Specifically, this study attempted to answer the following questions: 1. Are the students in the newly organized (5-3-4) school achieving as much in the academic areas as the students achieved in the traditional (6-3-3) school? 2. Are the students in the newly organized school better adjusted to school as a result of an organization that was designed for the early adolescent than the students in the traditional school? [...]

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