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The Influence of Teachers Caring Behavior on High School Students Behavior and Grades

@inproceedings{Miller2008TheIO,
  title={The Influence of Teachers Caring Behavior on High School Students Behavior and Grades},
  author={Richard M. Miller},
  year={2008}
}
THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHERS' CARING BEHAVIORS ON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' BEHAVIOR AND GRADES Educators have limited ways of improving student performance while participating in No Child Left Behind (NCLB), which mandates extensive testing and eliminates enriching educational programs. This study examines whether teacher caring makes a significant difference in students' grades and behavior. Bulach's (1998)' Deiro's (1996), and Nodding's (1 992) research on caring demonstrates that when students… Expand
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