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Achievement Outcomes of Sixth-Grade Students With a Military Parent Deployed to a War Zone or a Military Parent Not Deployed Compared to Same School Students Whose Parents Have No Military Affiliation
by Ingram, Robert L., III, Ed.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha, 2014, 94; 3618052
Abstract (Summary)

The need for accurate information about the achievement of students whose military parents are deployed to a war zone or whose military parents are eligible although not currently deployed to a war zone is important in order to ensure that we are providing for the educational wellbeing of these children as their parents defend our nations freedoms. The purpose of this posttest-only comparative efficacy study was to determine the achievement outcomes of sixth-grade students with a military parent deployed to a war zone (n = 10) or sixth-grade students with a military parent not deployed to a war zone (n = 10) compared to same school students whose parents have no military affiliation (n = 10). The study’s dependent measures were Academic achievement as measured by end of sixth-grade (1) Nebraska State Accountability Assessment Test-Math, (2) Nebraska State Accountability Assessment Test-Reading, (3) Measure of Academic Performance-Math, (4) Measure of Academic Performance-Reading, (5) Research School District’s Descriptive Writing Assessment for (a) Ideas and Content, (b) Organization, (c) Voice, (d) Word Choice, (e) Sentence Fluency, and (f) Conventions, and (6) Research School District’s Essential Objectives for (a) Language, (b) Math, (c) Science, (d) Social Studies, (e) Health, (f) Physical Education, and (g) Music. The overall pattern of end of sixth-grade statistical equipoise between group comparisons indicated that the goal of educational wellbeing for these students of military families, and control group students alike, was being met and was reflected in measured proficient and advanced level performance requiring students’ day-to-day engagement at school and support at home.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Hill, John W.
Commitee: Grandgenett, Neal F., Hayes, Karen L., Surface, Jeanne L.
School: University of Nebraska at Omaha
Department: Educational Administration
School Location: United States -- Nebraska
Source: DAI-A 75/08(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Subjects: Middle School education, School administration, Military studies
Keywords: Achievement outcomes, Compared to, Deployment, Military parent deployed to a war zone, Military parent not deployed, Same school students whose parents have no military affiliation, Sixth-grade
Publication Number: 3618052
ISBN: 978-1-303-86068-3
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