The Effects of Early Grade Retention on Student Outcomes.
Research has shown both the positives and the negatives factors associated with grade retention, making it a highly debated topic in todays educational systems. There is an immense dispute on whether it is beneficial or detrimental for a student to be refrained form entering the next grade if they are not academically prepared. One perspective describes grade retention as a motivator for.
This paper reviews an extensive body of research on teacher recruitment and retention, and identifies five major factors that influence teachers’ decisions to enter, stay in, or leave the teaching profession, generally, and high-need schools, specifically. Those factors are: 1. Salaries and other compensation. 2. Preparation and costs to.
Paper takes up space, no doubt about it. In today’s work environments where shared space is the norm, dedicated filing space for paper documents often doesn’t exist. With space at a premium and the cost of electronic storage getting cheaper every day, using a scanner to turn paper documents into digital files is an effective solution.
What the Research Says About Immersion. by Tara Williams Fortune. Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition University of Minnesota. Over nearly half a century, research on language immersion education has heralded benefits such as academic achievement, language and literacy development in two or more languages, and cognitive skills. This research also exposes some of the.
This mixed-methods study utilized a paper-and-pencil questionnaire using a Likert-type scale, as well as two open-ended questions and a checklist. Teacher interviews were also conducted. The findings of this study indicate that teachers are considering a multitude of factors when considering grade retention for their struggling students. Academic performance was the factor that teachers (77%.
Print Newspapers vs. Online Editions: The Pros and Cons Print Newspapers vs. Online Editions: The Pros and Cons. As a newspaper enthusiast, I am happy about the success of online newspapers. However, I am terribly sad about the struggle of the print newspaper industry. I have been exposed to the inner-workings of newspapers for a long time, and I have seen firsthand that the declining.
Distractions, Retention and Comprehension. Students may be more likely to get distracted when they read from ebooks than they do when using textbooks. Many students, for example, report a much.