Study: Schools shape Australian teens' outlook

07/13/2006 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

A seven-year Melbourne University study explores how the secondary-school experience shaped 26 students from four different Australian campuses. While students at all schools involved expressed frustration over poor teacher quality, the teens varied greatly in their values and aspirations, depending upon which school they attended, researchers found.

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