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|Other Titles:||The Study of Junior High School Students' Educational Aspirations and Their Influencing Factors|
Department od Education, NTNU
The main purpose of this research was to understand junior high school students' educational aspiration before they leave the school and to find out the factors that may influence their choice of the schools. It also might provide reference to school guidance. The sample contained 863 third─grade students of Taipei Municipal junior high schools, including 461 male students and 402 female students. The resources of informations were mainly from questionnaire study they were：（1）Questionnaire on Junior High School Students' Educational Aspirations.（2）Self Attitude Questionnaire. （3）Achievement Motivation Test. Contingency correlation coeffient, chi─square test, and simple randomized design of ANOVA were used for statistical analysis of data. 1. About 47% of the subject students expect to enter junior college；senior high school, 30%；vocational high school, 24%. But most of the parents expect their children to enter senior high school.2. The factors influencing students made their choice were future outlook, adjusting to personal abilities and interest, the cost of fee. 3. Individual factors influencing students' educational aspirations and the choice of schools included intelligence, academic achievement, self─concept of ability and academic motivation. 4. Environment factors influencing students' educational aspirations and school choice included family socio─economic status（such as parents' education level, vocational status and total income）and parental attitude toward children's education. As to school factors, the peer group's opinion and the teachers' expectation played important roles, too. 5. Beside family factors, individual factors played the most important part in influencing students' aspirations and the school choice. But the informations provided through the guidance practice during the school were the most significant data for students to form their aspirations and choices. Six suggestions were mae according to the conclusions：1. In order to help students
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