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The Relationship Between the Condition of Colorado Elementary School Facilities and Student Achievement

The Relationship Between the Condition of Colorado Elementary School Facilities and Student... <p>abstract:</p><p>The aim of this study was to measure the impact of the overall school facility condition for traditional Colorado elementary schools, according to Colorado&apos;s Facilities Conditions Index (FCI), on student achievement, as measured by the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP). Control variables included Special Education (SPED), English Language Learner (ELL), and Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) populations.</p><p>Hierarchical multiple regression (HMR) analyses were conducted to investigate this relationship between these variables in this correlational study. Results of the 24 analyses indicated little to no relationship between student achievement in traditional Colorado public elementary schools and school facility condition as the variables of CSAP and FCI had a weak negative relationship and exhibited little shared variance. Higher percentages of students scoring proficient or advanced on the CSAP were associated with better facility conditions and lower SPED, ELL, and FRL populations. Socioeconomic status, as indicated by FRL, was found to be the greatest predictor of student achievement.</p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Education Finance University of Illinois Press

The Relationship Between the Condition of Colorado Elementary School Facilities and Student Achievement

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University of Illinois Press
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1944-6470

Abstract

<p>abstract:</p><p>The aim of this study was to measure the impact of the overall school facility condition for traditional Colorado elementary schools, according to Colorado&apos;s Facilities Conditions Index (FCI), on student achievement, as measured by the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP). Control variables included Special Education (SPED), English Language Learner (ELL), and Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) populations.</p><p>Hierarchical multiple regression (HMR) analyses were conducted to investigate this relationship between these variables in this correlational study. Results of the 24 analyses indicated little to no relationship between student achievement in traditional Colorado public elementary schools and school facility condition as the variables of CSAP and FCI had a weak negative relationship and exhibited little shared variance. Higher percentages of students scoring proficient or advanced on the CSAP were associated with better facility conditions and lower SPED, ELL, and FRL populations. Socioeconomic status, as indicated by FRL, was found to be the greatest predictor of student achievement.</p>

Journal

Journal of Education FinanceUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Nov 10, 2018

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