Between 2009 and 2015, the average scores of both fourth- and eight-graders improved from 150 to 154 (on a 0-to-300 scale), although for 12th-graders the average score remained at 150. (India) and found that the academic achievement of the students having good and poor study habits differed significantly in favour of those who has good study habits. The improvement in human abilities and psychological skills National College of Education for Women, Chennai-600 005 E-mail id: Mobile: 0091 9790 53062 ABSTRACT The present study aims to investigate emotional intelligence and academic To him, the geographical location of schools has a significant influence on the academic achievement of students. The following are the objectives of this study: To examine the relationship between internet usage and academic achievement of secondary school students in Adamawa state. difference between the academic achievement of students in rural and urban secondary schools as measured by senior school certificate examinations. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences The management sets the conditions under which teachers work. study habits and academic achievement of senior secondary school students of Lucknow city of U.P. effects of social networking on the academic achievement of senior secondary school student; the rising cost of education and it’s implications on the youth; social factors affecting effective teaching and learning of commerce/ marketing in senior secondary schools; mobilization strategies for alternative sources of funding secondary schools In Kenya, the composition and the responsibilities of secondary school Boards of Management (BOMs) is enacted in the Basic Education Act of 2013. It is concluded that the type of schools in which students studies greatly influence the educational performance and academic achievement of the students. Emotional Intelligence and Academic Achievement among Students at the Higher Secondary Level Dr. S. Chamundeswari Associate Professor N.K.T.

1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. The population of the study is 2,650 Senior Secondary Two (S.S.2) students in selected public schools … Based on all these, the researcher is examining the effect of internet usage on academic achievement of secondary school students in Nigeria. The study also examines the relationship between SES and Academic achievement of 14 Secondary school students of Lucknow city of Uttar Pradesh (India) The age range varies from 13years to 17 years.

This paper examines the relationships among these three constructs — school context, student attitudes and behavior, and achievement — using longitudinal data from a large-scale high school reform effort. In 2012, Sharma examined study habit of 250 students in 9. th NAEP also tests U.S. students on science, though not as regularly, and the limited results available indicate some improvement. Determinants of Students' Academic Achievement at Secondary School Level 146 Introduction Education is the right of every human being. Despite the support of administrators, high school students may be struggling to adapt to a remote learning format and to stay focused during these unprecedented times. Miller and Birch (2007) summarized the views of many researcher and educationist in their study on the influence of high school … The population of this study consists of 26,569 secondary school students from 32 secondary schools within Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. ABSTRACT: The study investigated Study Habits and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Rivers-West Senatorial District of Rivers State, Nigeria. Also he pointed out that uneven distribution of resources, The sample of the study comprised of 614 students (358 males Education helps people in improving their abilities, attitude, confidence, decision making, and ultimately, in attaining a good job. Research provides evidence that school management is the second most important factor that influences students’ achievement after teaching quality. tivities and supportive adult relationships — in improving students’ academic outcomes.