Examining the relationship between participation in extracurricular activities and school connectedness

Erik Waldriff
A disconcerting number of alternative education students appear to be disconnected with school. The author of the present study hypothesized that students who spend more time in extracurricular activities have an increased sense of school connectedness. The sample consisted of 72 alternative education students in Grades 9 through 12 attending the Vast Education Centre in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Participants completed a questionnaire that produced two scores: reported degree of school connectedness and time spent...
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