Investigating the Role of Family, Personal, School and Environmental Factors in the Academic Survival Rate of Students in Rural Areas of Fenuj Town (Quchan, Iran) from the Perspective of Teachers

Davoud Toughi, Azizollah Arbabisarjou, Hassan Shahrakipor


The present descriptive survey was conducted to investigate the effects of some related factors on the academic survival rate of students in rural areas of Fenuj town (Quchan, Iran) from the perspective of teachers. According to Cochran formula and using stratified random sampling method, 224 teachers (57 females and 167 males) were selected as the study’s samples. The results indicated that teachers do believe that family, personal, school and environmental factors affect the academic survival rate of students in rural areas; thus, the identification of these factors can increase the survival rate and decrease the dropout rate of students in rural areas.


Academic Survival Rate, Students in Rural Areas, Fenuj Town.

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