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close this section of the library High school students | Kiribati | Social conditions, Academic achievement | Social aspects | Kiribati


View the PDF document A critical examination of the impacts of selected school environmental and resource factors on the academic performance of secondary school students in Kiribati
Author: Tebakabo, Tebania
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.Ed.
Subject: High school students | Kiribati | Social conditions, Academic achievement | Social aspects | Kiribati, Education, Secondary | Social aspects | Kiribati
Date: 2007
Call No.: Pac LA 2270 .K5 T43 2007
BRN: 1042305
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: This research explores the contribution of two school inputs: the school environment, and the school resources, on the academic performance of secondary students in Kiribati. This research establishes whether each of the two school input factors affect academic performance of secondary students in Kiribati and how the two compare in terms of their power to contribute to academic performance. The research was carried out in the Republic of Kiribati and cover the urban and 4 of the rural islands in the western group.
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