| ABSTRACT | Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 1-5 (March 2015)
| Elhassan A.H.H and Abd Alziz A.F.E |. American Journal of Innovative Research and Applied Sciences. 2015; 1(1): 1-5.
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Background: Social adjustment plays a critical role in student persistence at college; it affects many variables. Thus, we conducted this study to measure the influences of social adjustment as
predictors of moral values and academic achievement. Objective: The aims of this study are determine the influences of social adjustment as predictor of moral values and academic achievement.
Materiel and Methods: we used descriptive statistic methods. Questioner technique is used as method of data collection. Study group include (400) special education students from Faculty of
Education School and (60) students were selected randomly as study group sample. The data was analyzed by using SPSS program. Results: The study reveals that the level of social adjustment
among special education students is high and it is significant (p<0.05). The level of moral values among special education students is highly significant (p<0.05). The influence of social adjustment as
predictors of moral values is (35%) and the influence of social adjustment as predictors of academic excellence is (32%). Conclusion: The level of social adjustment and moral values among special
education students were highly significant. This result is more satisfactory for university staff. So we suggested that the use of the student adjustment may be more convincing if the university staff
needs to improve the level of academic achievement and support moral value among students.
Keywords: Social adjustment, Moral value, Academic achievement.