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Parents’ Social And Economic Factors To Students’ Achievement Of Senior High School(SHC), In North Central Timor Regency

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Sirilius Seran



Education, Occupation, Income, Motivation, and Achievement Students.



Parents’ social and economic factors: education, job opportunities, income, and students motivation have causal relationships with the students’ achievement. The form of relationship can be directly or indirectly. Education and job opportunities affect achievement through students’ motivation. Research objectives, to know: 1) a direct relationship between education, and job opportunities with the students’ achievement, 2) indidrect relationships between social and economic variable of students’ achievement, 3) a causal relation of social and economic variable. Target of this research is 115 students from 11 class of 4 SHC, with Alfa 1%, produce 104 people as sample. Data collection used questioner, given to the students and parents. Using a track analysis (path analysis) seen that the direct interface between education with students’ achievement is significant. Nevertheless, causal relations between variables are significant research.



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