Survey Data showing the Influences of School Attachment Among Secondary School Students in Albania

Published: 5 January 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/rv3dtj7bgg.2
Mehmet Aslan


Datasheet summary of the investigation conducted to determine the levels of School Attachment among secondary school students in Albania based on a five scaled assessment: 1) Students feelings for school, 2) Students interest in learning, 3) Students attitudes towards peers, 4) Students attitudes towards teachers, and 5) Students perception of the school. The study overall introduces findings of adolescent experiences at school, aiming at comprehension of attachment factors that nurtured or restrained senses of care, interest, respect, belonging, and trust; likewise conceptualizing the grade, gender, socio-economic status and demographic differences among adolescents. The overall target population of the present study was all public high school students in Albania. The target population was consisted of all 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from public high schools in Albania. According to statistics given by INSTAT, the total number of pupils enrolled on upper secondary schools was 124.619 with 61.163 male and 63.456 female students. The accessible population was adolescents in grades 10th, 11th and 12th (N=1506; n=676 male and n= 830 female) with adequate distribution of demographics in Albania (N=6 prefectures out of 12).



Educational Psychology, Education, Adolescent Development, Attachment, Attachment Style