ELEMENTS OF RESEARCH XEF 500 PROFESSOR: DR. O. DENIS EKWERIKE CHEYNEY UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GRADUATE DIVISION of EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & FOUNDATIONS JO DAN FLOYD, MARCUS FULTON, TERESA HOPSON, ARTHUR JOHNSON, TIA LONG, ANTIONETTE POWELL What Is the Impact of Gender-Based Education On Public School Achievement?
Table of Contents Chapter I : Introduction Chapter II : Literature Review Chapter III : Methodology Chapter IV: Results Chapter V: Discussions
Results Percentage of boys and girls who participated The information provided in this pie chart shows out of a total of 60 students 42 % were boys and 58% were girls. Figure 1-2 Grade of student participants Figure 1-1
Overall level of Achievement due to preference There was a big difference in the preferences of the students in 3 rd grade compared to those in the 8 th grade. Overall the third grade students agreed that a gendered- based education would help them to improve academically. On the other hand the 8 th graders did not seem very interested in gendered-based education. The findings show that either way they feel that they would achievement at their individual potential. Results