Type of Document Thesis Author Braddock, Brian Riley URN etd-06292004-172251 Title Inclusion in Advanced Placement Statistics: Effects Upon Students Normally Left Out Degree Master of Science Department Middle and Secondary Education, Department of Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Elizabeth Jakubowski Committee Chair Leslie Aspinwall Committee Member Matthew Clark Committee Member Keywords
- Advanced Placement
Date of Defense 2004-06-21 Availability unrestricted AbstractABSTRACT
This qualitative study analyzes the effects of an Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics course upon a student typically not permitted to take such a class. The researcher examined students enrolled in AP Statistics at a high school in North Florida. The school has broadened its base of AP students, thus including students whom in the past may have been left out of the program. The data in this study includes observations, student surveys, and case studies of the two participants. The researcher discusses any changes in performance, attitude, self-confidence, or anything else affected by participation in the course.
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