Student attendance and academic achievement: A research note

Snell, Joel; Mekies, Saul
June 1995
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p126
Academic Journal
Focuses on the relationship between student attendance and academic achievement. Ratio level analysis assignment to grades and attendance; Cross curriculum and multi-campus comparison; Statistical measurement error; Summary of the lecture.


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