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Asheville Buncombe Impact of Family Breakups on Students School Performance Paper

Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College

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Please select a topic of your interest. It could be your potential dissertation topic or part of it, but it doesn't have to be dissertation topic related, if you are not ready yet. Please be aware that this is a practice for Quantitative research. This topic will be researched using quantitative research method. In a 3-5 page paper, identify your topic, discuss the purpose of your research, and develop the hypothesis or hypotheses and problem statement for your research.

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Running head: IMPACT OF FAMILY BREAKUPS ON STUDENTS’ SCHOOL
PERFORMANCE

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Impact of Family Breakups on Students’ School Performance
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date

IMPACT OF FAMILY BREAKUPS ON STUDENTS’ SCHOOL PERFORMANCE

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Impact of Family Breakups on Students’ School Performance
Introduction
The purpose of this study is to assess the impact family breakups have on the school
performance of students from such families. In this section, a background to this study, a
statement of the problem, research questions, and hypotheses are discussed. Student's
performance, as reflected in grades scored, is a crucial benchmark of their success. There is
increasing attention to the success of schools by stakeholders. The perceived success is pegged
on the number of graduating students and the grades they attain. This success is also highly
linked to the career success of the graduates in entrepreneurship and employment chances of
individuals. According to psychology studies, the family background of learners plays a pivotal
role in defining their social-economic trajectory.
Background to the study
As time goes, changes in the society may impact the family unit, and challenges may be
experienced. These challenges could range from domestic abuse, separation, or divorce. Some
problems may have a lasting effect on children and could potentially affect their social, s...

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