EFFECT OF FAMILY ECONOMIC STATUS, TYPE OF SCHOOL AND SCHOOL STATUS ON STUDENTS IN STUDY TO HIGHER EDUCATION IN STUDENTS OF EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL STUDIES IN THE KEDALEMAN VILLAGE OF ROGOJAMPI DISTRICT REGENCY OF BANYUWANGI

Moch. Nurandi Jopa

Abstract


This study aims to see whether there is influence between Family Economic Status, School Type and School Status of Student Interest in Continuing Study to Higher Education at Secondary Education Students in Kedaleman Village, Rogojampi Sub-district, Banyuwangi District. The sample of this study is the students of secondary education who live in Kedaleman Village, Rogojampi Sub-district, Banyuwangi Regency, 50 students. The data of this study were collected by family economic scale, school type scale, school status scale and student interest scale in continuing study to college with Likert scale model. The data collected were analyzed by ordinal logistic regression test through the assistance of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) program. The results of this study are expected to show a significant positive influence between the economic status of the family, the type of school and the status of the school on student interest in continuing studies to universities in secondary education students in the Village Kedaleman Rogojampi District Banyuwangi. And the family's economic status variables partially have a more dominant influence than the variables of school type and school status in influencing the students' interest in continuing study to university.

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