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11. Why are Boys Under performing in Education? The objectives of this study are to understand …... Why boys have been underperforming in education over the past few years? Analyze factors (including economic, societal, and cultural) that are causing the Trend of poor performance and low survival rates at higher levels of education; and Describe current policies and interventions in place to address the issue.
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Part I: What is the problem with the achievement gap? Do you ever just wonder why people are failing in school and what 's the setting behind them in failing is? The achievement gap in test scores affect many different groups and is the reason behind them failing. An achievement gap is often defined as the differences between the test scores of minority and/or low-income students and the test scores of their White and Asian peers (Dee and Penner). This means that the achievement gap is the academic difference between minority and white students, essentially stating that minorities get left behind.
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Furthermore, the article “The Impact of Teachers’ expectations on Students’ Educational Opportunities in the Life Course: An Empirical Test of a Subjective Expected Utility Explanation” by Dominik Becker is about the self-fulfilling prophecy and how inequality is a concern for educational
(Kurtus, 2012) The study aims to know the reasons why students get failing or low grades. This study will identify the possible root causes of this problem. The researchers chose this topic simply because a lot of students will benefit from this study. It isn’t that a broad topic or a big issue but this kind of problem will may lead into one.
Literature Review Introduction As stated in Achievement Gap Defined, “Achievement Gap refers to the observed disparity on a number of educational measures between the performances of groups of students,” which includes socioeconomic status. The achievement gap at Woodville High School is a socioeconomic one. As reported by Williams (2002), the NAEP discovered that “the way schools are organized and the types of strategies and assessments teachers use in the classroom do matter” in the closing of the achievement gap. (p. 30).
However, the gender differences in parental control may not translate to the influence of parental control on delinquency. In a sample of white adolescents, Seydilitz (1991) found that parental control influences delinquent behavior more for males than for females. Similar results were found with children with a mean age of 8.6 in Washington D.C (Wilkins, 2006). Parental control influenced intent to use substances more for males than for females.
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