THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO AND ACADEMIC READINESS IN WEST VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS
Date of Award
College of Liberal Arts
Type of Degree
Fred Jay Krieg
The current study investigated the relationship between student-teacher ratio and academic readiness in West Virginia preschool programs. Data from 47 preschoolers enrolled in 14 Educare programs in West Virginia was examined. Scores from the School Readiness Composite (SRC) of the Bracken Basic Concepts Scale-Revised (BBCS-R) were compared with observed student-teacher ratios. Data analysis yielded a statistically insignificant correlation coefficient of -.061. However, due to limitations inherent in the data set and the abundance of research contradicting these findings, it is unlikely that the data presented here offers an accurate picture of the general relationship between academic readiness and student-teacher ratio.
Readiness for school - Effect of class size on - West Virginia
Readiness for school - Testing
Smith, Michael A., "THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO AND ACADEMIC READINESS IN WEST VIRGINIA PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS" (2001). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 880.
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