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HOME-STUDY DRIVER EDUCATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)

DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS ........................................................................... Home-Study Compared to Classroom Instruction................................................. Improvement of Driver Education...........................................................................

REFERENCES..................................................................................................................

APPENDICES

NUMBER

A B C D E

Senate Bill No. 946 Parent/Guardian Release Statement School Project Log Exit Examination Number of Valid Study Students in Each Participating Provider School

1

Changes During the Study in the Day of Birth Random Assignment Scheme for each Method of Assignment

2

Number (n) and Percentage of Students Who Enrolled in Each Instruction Method, Dropped Out, Did Not Complete the Course By the End of Data Collection, and Successfully Finished

3 4

Correlations of Study Outcome Measures

Mean Exit Exam Knowledge Score (M), Standard Deviation (SD), and Sample Size (n) for Each Driver Education Instruction Method by Statistical Comparison

5

Comparisons of Home-Study Instruction Methods and Classroom Instruction on Exit Exam Knowledge Results

6

Mean CPI Attitude Score (M), Standard Deviation (SD), and Sample Size (n) for Each Driver Education Instruction Method by Statistical Comparison

7

Comparisons of Home-Study Instruction Methods and Classroom Instruction on CPI Attitudes

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