The Effect Of Teacher Performance On Academic Achievement Of Elementary School
This study aims to determine the effect of Teacher Performance on Academic Achievement of Elementary School Students. This research is a mix methode research. The population in this study were 66 teachers and 189 students. Collecting data using a questionnaire, then analyzed using simple regression techniques and multiple regression. The results of this study that is Teacher performance has a positive influence on the Academic Achievement of Class Students, as evidenced by the value of Sig = 0.005 < = 0.050, while the value of the correlation coefficient (r2) = 0.116 or only contributes 11.6%. Teacher performance plays a role in improving student academic achievement.
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