Subject: multilevel analysis | student and staff/teacher perceptions | academic achievement | school climate | Psychology | BF1-990 | school identification | Original Research | social identity
School climate is a leading factor in explaining student learning and achievement. Less work has explored the impact of both staff and student perceptions of school climate raising interesting questions about whether staff school climate experiences can add “value” to s... View more
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