Two questions were used to assess school attendance: participants were asked to report the number of times that they missed school with an excuse e. This finding is of concern given that there is strong evidence to suggest an association between academic performance and sexual risk taking Halpern et al.
All high schools in the United States that included an 11 th grade and at least 30 students were eligible for inclusion in the Add Health study. Additionally, Muller et al. Specifically, students attending low poverty schools show an early, rapid increase in sexual health knowledge that is delayed in students attending high poverty schools.
Sexual health knowledge was higher in females socioeconomic status and sex education in Bundaberg males.
Thus, the overall improvement in under-five mortality situation in Bangladesh was an outcome of improvement of the socioeconomic status and sex education in Bundaberg in terms of proximate determinants of child survival along with reduction in level of poverty and increased educational level, especially of females.
Male children had higher drowning death rates than female, and children from lower socioeconomic households had higher mortality from drowning than their counterparts from better off households [ 40 ]. Cite this article Chowdhury, A.
Socioeconomic context, social support, and adolescent mental health: A multilevel investigation. The use of the school reported GPA did not change the results, and over 2, participants would have had to be excluded from analyses using the school-reported GPA because it was not reported in the school data.
For example, the analytic sample was slightly older
In Model 2, depicted in column 2 of Table 2 , we included school level concentrations of poverty to test Hypothesis 2 that school level effects would contribute to sexual health knowledge. Keywords: adolescents, sexual health knowledge, school poverty.
The interactions between school poverty and PPVT were not significant, and therefore were dropped from the final model.