Dependence of School Success on Social Environment, Prevention of School Failure, Pupils Social Environment, Statistical Relationship between Variables
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The paper turns our attention towards the issue of pupils' school failure and places it within a broader context. It reaches beyond the framework of the school and examines the impact of the social environment through selected variables on two groups of respondents, selected and categorised by the teachers of the 48 schools in question: with the former group consisting of the pupils who managed to master the demands placed on them on the part of the school without experiencing difficulties, and with the latter group of pupils who thereby exhibited learning difficulties. Within both of these groups, different social factors were examined and their relationship to so-called school failure were statistically assessed. This research paper introduces particular outcomes resulting from this research, thereby becoming a testimony for the importance of the role played by the environment from which the pupils of the school emanate and the inadequate response to such on the part of the Czech Republic