Researchers at the University of Illinois studied data from the National Educational Longitudinal Study concerning tenth graders at nearly 700 U.
What does NELS stand for?
NELS stands for National Educational Longitudinal Study
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- National Elder Life Professionals Network
- Narrow Emission Line Region (astrophysics)
- National Environmental Law Review (National Environmental Law Association; Deakin West, Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
- Near-End Loop Remote (Cisco)
- Nebraska Law Review
- North East Lakes Region (North American Federation of Temple Youth; now NFTY-NELR)
- New England Literacy Resource Center
- New England Labor Reform League
- Nursing Education Loan Repayment Program
- NASA Electronic Library System
- Network Event Log Server
- Network for End of Life Studies (Halifax, NS, Canada)
- New England Lumber Specialties (West Springfield, MA)
- Next-Generation LEO System
- Non-English Language Speaking
- North East Linguistic Society
- Northeast Leaders School (YMCA)
- Northeast Linux Symposium
- Northwest European Loran-C System
- Nursing Education Loan/Scholarship
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The National Educational Longitudinal Study database was used to examine the educational development of students of low socioeconomic status (SES).
This study used data from the National Educational Longitudinal Study of 1988, This study administered three types of questionnaires per student (student, parent, and teacher).
The survey draws upon a pool of eighth-grade students first tracked in the historic National Educational Longitudinal Study of 1988, which explored, among many other topics, the school, work and home experiences of the students and asked about their educational and occupational aspirations.
Based on a review of data from the National Educational Longitudinal Study (NELS: 88), University of California-Los Angeles researchers determined that students who were highly involved in arts instruction earned better grades and performed better on standardized tests.
The data were collected as part of a National Educational Longitudinal Study.
They drew data from the base year of the National Educational Longitudinal Study (NELS) (Ingels, Abraham, Spencer & Frankel, 1989) to generate a sample consisting of 8,845 students, representing 377 public, Catholic and independent schools.