Subject: high school | Psychology | academic achievement | student-teacher relationship | middle school | school transition | longitudinal study | Original Research | Academic achievement; High school; Longitudinal study; Middle school; School transition; Student-teacher relationship; Psychology (all)
A robust body of research has identified school transitions during adolescence, and in particular the transition from middle to high school, as one of the riskiest phases for school failure, being characterized by significant social, emotional and behavioral changes. Th... View more
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