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Compare attitudes male and female students have concerning the importance of learning science and mathematics.
Causal-comparative
determine whether self-identified conservatives and liberals have different views concerning the role of schooling
Causal-comparative
compare the attitudes high school graduates and high school dropouts have regarding the value of education
Causal-comparative
describe the personality characteristics that distinguish successful and unsuccessful mathematics students
Causal-comparative
describe how adults who are parents and adults who are not parents differ regarding their views about school funding
Causal-comparative
compare the school attendance of successful and unsuccessful high school students
Causal-comparative
compare the attitudes held by teachers and administrators with regard to parent education and involvement
Causal-comparative
compare the attitudes of elementary school teachers and high school teachers regarding their students
Causal-comparative
conduct a study that compares the conduct of male and female high school students
Causal-comparative
compare the attitudes held by Democrats and Republicans with regard to the funding of public education in Texas
Causal-comparative
determine the personal factors that distinguish at-risk students who dropped out from at-risk students who graduated
Causal-comparative
compare the achievement of mainstreamed special education students with that of those who have not been mainstreamed
Causal-comparative
test a hypothesis stating that the effectiveness of male and female teachers is not related to their sex.
Experimental
determine the extent to which the use of a new reading series improves reading achievement in fifth grade students.
Experimental
determine the impact of hand calculators being used with elementary school mathematics students.
Experimental
investigate the effect of a series of "real life" simulations on the moral reasoning of high school students
Experimental
determine the extent to which the use of computer-assisted instruction improves student reading comprehension
Experimental
examine the effect that computer-aided instruction has on the English achievement of ninth grade students
Experimental
determine the extent to which a staff development program improves the classroom management effectiveness of teachers
Experimental
examine the effect instructional television has on the reading abilities of low, middle, and high-income students.
Experimental
determine the extent to which the use of a new reading series improves elementary school student reading achievement.
Experimental
determine the extent to which an after-school tutoring program reduces the at-risk student dropout rate.
Experimental
test the assumption that the reading achievement of male and female students does not differ when exposed to computer assisted reading instruction.
Experimental
describe the effect of teacher behavior on the creativity of primary students.
Experimental
determine the extent to which voice synthesized word processing improves student writing skills.
Experimental
examine the differential effect instructional television has on the reading achievement of fourth and fifth grade students
Experimental
examine the effect of an enrichment program on the reading achievement of high school students
Experimental
determine the effect of a new reading series on the reading achievement of elementary school students
Experimental
examine the effect of an incentive program designed to improved the conduct of high school students.
Experimental
examine the effect of a staff development program on the ability of teachers to diagnose learning difficulties.
Experimental
determine the extent to which an in-school suspension program reduces student misconduct.
Experimental
determine the extent to which the use of a new science curriculum improves the science achievement of middle school students
Experimental
examine the effect of a mentoring program on the effectiveness of first-year teachers
Experimental
determine the impact of using "thematic units" with high school social studies students
Experimental
investigate the effect of a program intended to reduce the dropout rate of Hispanic high school students
Experimental