Comparison by Gender of Students with Behavior Problems Who Dropped Out of School3 years ago 3 years ago Leave your thoughts
The main objective was to identify personal, family and school-related factors which distinguish students presenting behavior problems who drop out from those who persist. A multidimensional evaluation process shows that these students: do not cooperate in class; benefit from little supervision at home; show low achievement; and that teachers harbor negative attitudes towards them. No gender differences were found on the vast majority of factors even though a large percentage of girls with behavior problems do succeed in obtaining their high school diploma.
Fortin, L., Lessard, A., & Marcotte, D. (2010). Comparison by gender of students with behavior problems who dropped out of school. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2(2), 5530-5538.
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