Religious education, school climate and achievement : a study of nine Catholic sixth-form girls' schools
This study of nine Catholic girls’ schools attempts to show the reciprocal relations which exist among certain key variables defining the sixth-former’s experience of her school environment A number of Catholic girls’ schools were selected to allow for the greatest variety of teaching congregation, school organization, locality and social background. For 560 sixth-form students data were collected on parental social class and religion, their perceptions of the ideal goals of the Catholic...[Show more]
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