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dc.contributor.authorKrzysztof Dziurzyński
dc.contributor.authorEwa Duda
dc.date.accessioned2019-09-25T18:52:23Z
dc.date.available2019-09-25T18:52:23Z
dc.date.created2018-12-15 00:35
dc.identifieroai:WUT94071ad228064c6d8b15147302f80745
dc.identifieroai:WUT94071ad228064c6d8b15147302f80745
dc.identifieroai:doi: 10.13166/jms/95080
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12424/427419
dc.description.abstractabstractEN: Objectives:The solution of repeating a school grade when learners do not achieve required level of knowledge or skills has as many proponents as opponents. Numerous educational systems support a grade retention as the method of obtaining better learning outcomes. In the same time other do not allow to repeat a school year and recommend automatic promotion. The growing problem of school failures, among them repeating a school grade or even dropouts, is still present in the academic discourse.
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dc.description.abstractcollation: 133-148
dc.languagecode: en
dc.languagePL: angielski
dc.languageEN: English
dc.relation.ispartofurl: http://www.jomswsge.com/Grade-repetition-as-a-consequence-of-school-failures,95080,0,2.html
dc.rightsWarsaw University of Technology
dc.sourcejournalissue name: Journal of Modern Science
dc.subjectkeywordsEN: grade repetition, grade retention, school failures, adult formal education, secondary analysis, content analysis
dc.titleGrade repetition as a consequence of school failures
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