IMPACTS OF ENVIRONMENT AND SCHOOL FACILITIES ON STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

Dominggus Lopes, Ilidio Ximenes Moreira, Marcelino da Costa Ribeiro, Agostinho Gocalves Dos Santos, Augusto da Costa

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The object of this research to discover and analyze the partial, simultaneously impact of environment and Facilities School of student learning achievement. It utilized a Quantitative method with 180 population are taken from all student grade 10. The sample comprised of 64 students from science and technology at the academic year 2018. The data collection instrument established by research with expert adjustment and field tests by analyzing exploratory and factor analysis to test validity and reliability. The Alpha Cronbach =  0.65 and KMO = 0.84. The result of the research showed that value of the multiple regression linear was Y=10,528 + (- 0,038 X1) + 0.689X2. Environment and School facilities are partially influence of student learning achievement with value of tcount of school environment = -0,324 < ttable = 1,6702 and the value of  tcount of school facilities are  tcount = 5,790 > ttabela = 1,6702. Furthermore, simultaneously school environment and school facilities influence on student learning achievement by Fcount = 17,968 > Ftable = 2,76. It means the school facilities dominantly influenced student learning achievement is 68.9%. The contribution of the school environment on student learning achievement is 37,1%.

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