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To examine the role of online learning on student’s perceptions during the recent pandemic from the 364 participating respondents’ parents and students from (Grade 1 to 12). The respondents’ data were analyzed through structural equation modelling (SEM) and the study confirm that 4 out of 4 of exogenous factors examined impacted learning positively, and 3 out of 4 impacted motivation positively. Besides, both study implications and limitations are also discussed under this study.
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