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Journal for Leadership and Instruction, v14 n1 p15-19 Spr 2015

This study explored the perceptions of teacher-student relationships and personal student safety differences between Caucasian and African-American middle school students. The research was conducted using a survey in a suburban middle class school on Long Island, New York. Twenty-eight of 176 Caucasian students were chosen through random sampling to contrast with the 15 African- American students who participated in this study. An independent sample T-test was used. It showed a significant difference between African-American and Caucasian students in teacher-student relationships (p = 0.05) and approaching significance on personal safety significance (p<0.10). Caucasian students in the sample tended to feel safer in their school, and the Caucasian students showed better student-teacher relationships than the African-American students.

Descriptors: Safety, Teacher Student Relationship, Middle School Students, Middle School Teachers, Racial Differences, African American Students, White Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Environment, Surveys, Questionnaires, Statistical Analysis, Teacher Behavior

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Autor: Mester, Dana C.; Spruill, Sherill A.; Giani, Joseph; Morote, Elsa-Sofia; Inserra, Albert

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=594&id=EJ1080683



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