Components of alternative programs that motivate students to graduate from high school
The research question addressed in this project was, what do alternative schools do to motivate students who are not succeeding in large high schools to graduate? It uses a survey given to graduates from a small alternative learning program in a Twin Cities Suburb. Using a ratings scale of 1-10 the graduates rate various researched theories being utilized at the school they attended. The author documents the successes that the survey results provided and makes the overall realization that relationships within the school among staff and students are a key element to success with at risk students.
Hendrix, Megan A., "Components of alternative programs that motivate students to graduate from high school" (2010). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 2283.
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