Dr. T Sharon Raju and P Divakara Rao
This study aimed to investigate the relationship between school management type and secondary school students' perceptions of online learning. One hundred nine secondary school students were surveyed, and the data collected were analyzed using statistical techniques.
The study's results revealed a significant association between school management type and secondary school students' perceptions of online learning. Specifically, students in schools with a private management type had significantly more positive perceptions of online learning than those with a government schools. There is a significant association between perceptions of secondary school students towards mathematics and English Language subjects learning through online mode with their location of residence.
The findings of this study have important implications for educational policymakers, school administrators, teachers, and students. The results suggest that school management type plays a crucial role in shaping students' perceptions towards online learning. Therefore, educational policymakers and school administrators need to consider this factor while making decisions related to online learning. The study also highlights the need for a student-centered and collaborative approach to enhance online learning outcomes.
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