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Student Engagement in High-Performing Schools: Relationships to Mental and Physical Health


by Jerusha O. Conner & Denise Pope — 2014

This chapter examines how the three most common types of engagement found among adolescents attending high-performing high schools relate to indicators of mental and physical health.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 113, No. 1.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 116 Number 13, 2014, p. 80-100
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18311, Date Accessed: 12/18/2017 12:19:48 AM

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  • Jerusha Conner
    Villanova University
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    JERUSHA CONNER is an assistant professor of education at Villanova University. Her research focuses on student engagement and student voice in school reform. Recent publications include “‘Very Powerful Voices’: The Influence of Youth Organizing on Educational Policy” in Educational Policy with Karen Zaino and Emily Scarola, and “Valuing But Not Liking School: Revisiting the Relationship Between School Attitudes and Substance Use Among Urban Youth” in Education and Urban Society with Michael Mason and Jeremy Mennis.
  • Denise Pope
    Stanford University
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    Denise Pope is a senior lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. She specializes in student engagement, curriculum studies, qualitative research methods, and service learning. Denise is cofounder of Challenge Success, a research and intervention project that provides schools and families the tools they need to increase student health and well-being, engagement with learning, and integrity. Recent publications include “How Much Is Too Much? High-Achieving Students and Homework” in the Journal of Experimental Education with Mollie Galloway and Jerusha Conner, and “Beyond Doing School: From ‘Stressed-Out’ to ‘Engaged in Learning’” in Education Canada.
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