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Anglum, J. Cameron; Park, Aaron – AERA Open, 2021
In recent years, rural school district adoption of 4-day school weeks has grown markedly. Despite this rapid growth, scant empirical evidence has documented the factors associated with district adoption and subsequent effects on student, labor, and economic outcomes. We examine the spread of the 4-day school week in rural Missouri, where over 10%…
Descriptors: Educational Change, School Schedules, Rural Schools, School Districts
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Cohen-Vogel, Lora; Little, Michael; Jang, Wonkyung; Burchinal, Margaret; Bratsch-Hines, Mary – AERA Open, 2021
Policy observers have expressed concern over whether misalignment between pre-K and K--12 has negative consequences for children. This study considers students' exposure to redundant content across the pre-K and kindergarten years. Specifically, it asks, to what extent are skills and concepts taught in kindergarten redundant with skills and…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Kindergarten, Redundancy, Preschool Curriculum
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Sarama, Julie; Clements, Douglas H.; Baroody, Arthur J.; Kutaka, Traci S.; Chernyavskiy, Pavel; Shi, Jackie; Cong, Menglong – AERA Open, 2021
We tested a specific theoretical assumption of a learning trajectories (LTs) approach to curriculum and teaching in the domain of early length measurement. Participating kindergartners (n = 189) were assigned to one of three conditions: LT, reverse-order (REV), or business-as-usual (BAU). LT and REV students received one-on-one instruction using…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Mathematics Instruction, Measurement, Teaching Methods
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McNeely, Clea A.; Alemu, Besufekad; Lee, Won Fy; West, Isis – AERA Open, 2021
This two-part study explored whether discrimination encoded into U.S. school absenteeism policies leads to racially minoritized students being overrepresented in the juvenile court system. First, we examined unexcused absenteeism policies in a nationally representative school district sample (n = 97). All districts excused absences for reasons…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Juvenile Courts, Attendance Patterns, Educational Policy
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Holzer, Julia; Lüftenegger, Marko; Korlat, Selma; Pelikan, Elisabeth; Salmela-Aro, Katariina; Spiel, Christiane; Schober, Barbara – AERA Open, 2021
In the wake of COVID-19, university students have experienced fundamental changes of their learning and their lives as a whole. The present research identifies psychological characteristics associated with students' well-being in this situation. We investigated relations of basic psychological need satisfaction (experienced competence, autonomy,…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Needs, Competence, Predictor Variables
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Bleiberg, Joshua – AERA Open, 2021
Policymakers have long sought to raise expectations for students through standards-based reform. I examine the extent to which the Common Core State Content Standards (CC) affected student achievement and the size of achievement gaps. I merge together data on preparation for and implementation of the CC with the National Assessment of Educational…
Descriptors: Common Core State Standards, Program Implementation, Program Effectiveness, Mathematics Achievement
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Odle, Taylor K.; Monday, Alex B. – AERA Open, 2021
While research has documented outcomes for students served by promise programs, few studies have considered the behavior of institutions themselves in the promise era. A new source of revenue combined with larger and more diverse cohorts is likely to motivate changes in spending and staffing--decisions instrumental to student access and success.…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Expenditure per Student, Expenditures, Student Diversity
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Muñiz, Raquel – AERA Open, 2021
Empirical data show that the COVID-19 pandemic deepened and exacerbated social inequalities, to the detriment of low-income communities of color. Using the law as a conceptual framework and legal research methodology, this study examines education law against the exacerbated social inequalities low-income students of color faced during the…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Educational Policy, Court Litigation, COVID-19
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Hwang, NaYoung; Fitzpatrick, Brian – AERA Open, 2021
Parents and educators commonly assume that male teachers serve as more effective disciplinarians for boys than female teachers. Do schools tend to assign male teachers to teach boys with perceived behavioral issues? Our study uses administrative data in Indiana to investigate male teacher assignment in elementary school. We find that boys with at…
Descriptors: Males, Gender Differences, Behavior Problems, Teacher Placement
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Pollack, Courtney; Theodorakakis, Maria; Walsh, Mary E. – AERA Open, 2021
As COVID-19 shuttered schools, it created widespread student and family needs and exacerbated challenges stemming from long-standing racial and economic inequities. Here, we examine how an evidenced-based, integrated student support intervention responded to systematically identify and address the academic and nonacademic needs of students and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Family Needs, Student Needs
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Binning, Kevin R.; Blatt, Lorraine R.; Chen, Susie; Votruba-Drzal, Elizabeth – AERA Open, 2021
The social experience of transitioning to a 4-year university varies widely among students. Some attend with few or no prior contacts or acquaintances from their hometown; others attend with a large network of high school alumni. Using a sample (N = 43,240) of undergraduates spanning 7.5 years at a public university, we examine what factors…
Descriptors: Friendship, Academic Achievement, Social Support Groups, Student Adjustment
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Logan, Jessica A. R.; Hart, Sara A.; Schatschneider, Christopher – AERA Open, 2021
Many research agencies are now requiring that data collected as part of funded projects be shared. However, the practice of data sharing in education sciences has lagged these funder requirements. We assert that this is likely because researchers generally have not been made aware of these requirements and of the benefits of data sharing.…
Descriptors: Data, Shared Resources and Services, Educational Research, Information Processing
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Brower, Rebecca L.; Bertrand Jones, Tamara; Hu, Shouping – AERA Open, 2021
Intersectional stigma is experienced by individuals who share both a minoritized identity and a socially stigmatized identity. This study examines not only both types of intersectional stigma (e.g., homelessness, addiction, history of incarceration) that exist among students but also how campus personnel have extended an ethic of care to assist…
Descriptors: Ethics, Caring, Student Experience, Community Colleges
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Cellini, Stephanie Riegg; Grueso, Hernando – AERA Open, 2021
We draw on administrative data from the country of Colombia to assess differences in student learning in online and traditional on-campus college programs. The Colombian context is uniquely suited to study this topic, as students take a compulsory exit examination at the end of their studies. We can therefore directly compare the performance on…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Foreign Countries, Exit Examinations, Student Evaluation
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Aulck, Lovenoor; Malters, Joshua; Lee, Casey; Mancinelli, Gianni; Sun, Min; West, Jevin – AERA Open, 2021
Freshman seminars are a ubiquitous offering in higher education, but they have not been evaluated using matched comparisons with data at scale. In this work, we use transcript data on over 76,000 students to examine the impact of first-year interest groups (FIGs) on student graduation and retention. We first apply propensity score matching on…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, First Year Seminars, Graduation, School Holding Power
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