Empirical studies of desegregation at the elementary and secondary school levels show benefits of desegregation for the academic achievement of minority students attending predominantly white schools.

Results revealed positive and statistically significant relationships between self-efficacy beliefs and academic performance and persistence outcomes across a wide variety of subjects.

The study examined the responses of 58,288 college students to eight scales involving 53 items from the National Survey of Student Engagement to gauge whether individuals respond differently to surveys administered via the Wed and paper.

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