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Educational Backgrounds and Their Effects on Students’ Transition to College

@inproceedings{Walker2010EducationalBA,
  title={Educational Backgrounds and Their Effects on Students’ Transition to College},
  author={C. E. Walker},
  year={2010}
}
Home-school has become a common alternative to publicand private-school in Ameri ca, but it is also highly controversial among researchers and society regarding educational rights and freedoms. Research indicated that these three methods of education do not differ significantly from one another, and there is little indication as to which e ducational background will best prepare a high school student for his or her adjustment to college. Academic preparation is found to be the most effective… Expand

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