The Influence of Learning Experiences and Long Learning on Student Achievement (Nonprofit Educational Institutions)
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The problem of poverty caused poor quality of children's education is getting away from a brilliant performance. Inability to get additional lessons outside school hours triggers the low value of a student's academic. Sensitivity to observe the problem of poverty around rise of the social entrepreneur need that human beings able to empower resources effectively. Particularly to overcome the problem of education. By opening a non-formal educational institutions non-profit is a concrete step in addressing the problem of education. This study aims to determine the effect of a long learning experience and learning on student achievement. This research is quantitative descriptive research type. The instrument used is the distribution of questioner. Methods of data analysis using SPSS ordinal regression analysis. The population in this study come from four non-profit educational institution in the city of Solo - Central Java, with a total sample of 88 students. Results obtained descriptions of 67% or 59 students increase their academic achievement and as much as 11% or 22 students is greatly increased their academic achievement. From this research it was found that the students' learning experiences significantly influence student achievement. While the study did not significantly affect the length of a student's academic achievement. The implication is a fun learning experience for students affect students more than ever students study at the institution non-profit.