Correlation Between Student Values and Academic Achievement of Seventh and Eighth Grade Students
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether or not there is a significant correlation coefficient between student values and academic achievement. The students/ values were surveyed using the Rokeach Values Survey, and their academic achievement was ranked according to their grade point averages cumulative through the third quarter of the school year. The Spearman Rank Correlation Coeffecient was used. It was found that there were two of the values surveyed which had a correlation coeffeclent significant at the .05 level: Forgiving and Logical. It was concluded that there is a low correlation between most of the student values surveyed and academic achievement.
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