An Analysis of School Climate and Student Growth in Select Michigan Charter Schools

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between school climate and student growth in Michigan charter schools. The conceptual framework was based on the work of both Anderson (1982) and Hoy and Clover (1986), which provided a definition of school climate and linked school climate to student outcomes. A non-experimental, quantitative analysis was used to test for variables in 11 participating charter elementary schools. The results indicated there is a significant relationship between school climate and student growth in the select schools. Keywords: school climate, school environment, student growth, charter schools
Original languageEnglish
JournalCharter School Resource Journal
StateSubmitted - 1800

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