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<p>This page includes variables identified to be associated with academic achievement in K-12 and college student success. The variables are divided into two divisions, with three domains each: </p> <ul> <li>Individual Student Variables: Persona, Cognitive, Behavioral</li> <li>Organizational Variables: Leadership, Organizational Climate, and Curriculum and Pedagogy </li> </ul> <p>Persona variables are those associated within a student including issues like attitudes, beliefs, or personality traits that can impact academic success. Cognitive variables are foundational cognitive structures and practices that impact student success like working memory or metacognition. Behavioral variables are things the student actually do, like studying. </p> <p>Children do not learn in isolation, there is a larger organization typically either inhibiting or facilitating their learning. Understanding variables associated with organizational effectiveness is critical for assuring academic success in all students. Leadership, Organizational Climate, and how and what is taught remains central to student success. </p>
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