A Study of the Relationship Between School Building Condition and Student Achievement and Behavior

Web Abstract: 
This study found the student achievement scores, student discipline incidents, and science achievement scores were higher in schools with better building conditions.. Cosmetic building condition appeared to impact student achievement and student behavior more than structural building condition. Finally, varying climate control, locker, and graffiti conditions were factors which were positively related to student achievement scale scores. The entire population of small, rural high schools in Virginia was used in this study.
Author: 
Cash, Carol Scott
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
12/31/1992
Page Numbers: 
158p
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