Educational expectations, school experiences, and academic achievements : a longitudinal examination.

Abstract

This study incorporates teacher and child subjective interpretations of child school experiences into the examination of the reciprocal influence between teacher and child educational expectations and child academic achievements, using Gansu Survey of Children and Family, a longitudinal data from northwest rural China. The findings reveal that there are many relative changes in child educational expectations and academic achievements over a four-year period of time.

Citation

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Educational expectations, school experiences, and academic achievements : a longitudinal examination.

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