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D'Wayne Bell; Jing Feng; John B. Holbein; Jonathan Smith – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Pundits, politicians, and academics have long worried about potentially low rates of civic participation among STEM-oriented students. Does studying STEM actually decrease the odds that young people will be actively involved in democracy? To answer this question, we created a dataset of over 23 million students in the United States, matched to…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Majors (Students), Voting, Student Participation
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Mengqian Shen; Doran C. French – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
This study applied Simulation Investigation for Empirical Network Analysis to disentangle friendship selection and influence regarding the academic achievement of Chinese adolescents in a 3-year longitudinal study of 880 middle school students (400 girls, Year 1 mean age = 13.33) and 525 high school students (284 girls, mean age = 16.45). Both…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Friendship, Influences, Middle School Students
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Andre Nickow; Philip Oreopoulos; Vincent Quan – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Tutoring ranks among the most versatile and potentially transformative educational tools available. Dozens of randomized experiments have evaluated preK-12 tutoring programs, varying widely in approaches, contexts, and costs. This article presents results from a systematic review and meta-analysis of tutoring field experiments. We develop a…
Descriptors: Tutoring, Preschool Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Outcomes of Education
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Subini A. Annamma; Brian Cabral; Brianna Harvey; Jennifer M. Wilmot; Annie Le; Jamelia Morgan – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Education research increasingly conceptualizes how social interactions and contexts of public schools replicate practices found in prisons. Yet prison-schooling is often left out of education research. Concurrently, prison-schooling is where we educate a disproportionate amount of multiply marginalized youth, specifically disabled Girls of Color.…
Descriptors: Correctional Education, Correctional Institutions, Institutionalized Persons, Minority Group Students
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Virginia S. Lovison; Cecilia Hyunjung Mo – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Inadequate compensation is often viewed as the root of teacher workforce challenges despite teacher reports that working conditions matter more. Using an original discrete choice experiment with a national sample of 1,030 U.S. teachers, we found that support staff--special education specialists, counselors, and nurses--play an essential role in…
Descriptors: Teachers, Salary Wage Differentials, Teacher Persistence, Teacher Recruitment
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Caitlin Kearney; Alma Nidia Garza; Lysandra Perez; Linda Renzulli; Thurston Domina – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
In response to economic distress, schools are increasingly serving as providers and distributors of social service resources. However, even when schools offer resources that respond to needs, they struggle to attain high levels of uptake. We examine the family-level correlates of participation in school-sponsored resources during the early months…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Social Services, Educational Resources
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Roderick L. Carey – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Black and Latinx adolescent boys from economically stratified communities face pervasive societal inequities and, therefore, deserve more responsive school supports to determine and actualize postsecondary pathways. For insights into how such students conceptualize their futures and their school's role in facilitating this process, this…
Descriptors: Males, Disadvantaged Youth, Post High School Guidance, Urban Education
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Jenni Conrad; Dawn Hardison-Stevens – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
As Indigenous-led education mandates proliferate globally, understanding how educators teach Indigenous perspectives and sovereignty remains urgent. Learning and integrating such knowledge proves difficult for non-Native teachers, given their lengthy participation in settler colonial schooling and society. What does learning to implement Native…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, Decolonization
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Nathan F. Alleman; Cara Cliburn Allen; Sarah E. Madsen – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Studies about collegiate food insecurity show its prevalence as a national issue that disproportionately affects students from marginalized groups. This study further contextualizes this work, examining the ways that multiply-marginalized students navigate systems of privilege and opportunity at selective, normatively affluent universities to meet…
Descriptors: College Students, Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation, Hunger
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Justin C. Ortagus; Rodney Hughes; Hope Allchin – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
This study leverages national data and a quasi-experimental design to examine the influence of enrolling in an exclusively online degree program on students' likelihood of completing their degree. We find that enrolling in an exclusively online degree program had a negative influence on students' likelihood of completing their bachelor's degree or…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Electronic Learning, Student Attitudes, Teaching Methods
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Thurston Domina; Leah Clark; Vitaly Radsky; Renuka Bhaskar – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) allows high-poverty schools to offer free meals to all students regardless of household income. Conceptualizing universal meal provision as a strategy to alleviate stigma associated with school meals, we hypothesize that CEP implementation reduces the incidence of suspensions, particularly for students…
Descriptors: Federal Programs, Nutrition, Welfare Services, Child Health
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Judy Paulick; Melissa Lucas; Tatiana Yasmeen Hill-Maini – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
Collaborative relationships between families and teachers of elementary-aged children are complicated by teachers' lack of training for family engagement and by hierarchical and racialized power differentials. Home visiting can create a space for teachers to center and honor families' ways of knowing and being, but those home visits need to be…
Descriptors: Home Visits, Interpersonal Relationship, Teacher Student Relationship, Family Involvement
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Joshi, Ela – American Educational Research Journal, 2023
Reclassification is a crucial outcome for English learner (EL) students' academic progress. Though ELs spend a large portion of their academic time with general education teachers, we know little about the role general education teachers play in developing ELs' English language proficiency. Drawing from a longitudinal administrative dataset from…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
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Wang, Ming-Te; Henry, Daphne A.; Del Toro, Juan – American Educational Research Journal, 2023
With racial inequalities plaguing the U.S. school system, educators have recognized the importance of establishing inclusive, equitable, and diverse school environments where students from different ethnic-racial backgrounds can feel respected and supported. This study examined the longitudinal links between adolescents' experiences of school…
Descriptors: Race, Socialization, Educational Environment, Academic Achievement
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Tefera, Adai A.; Artiles, Alfredo J.; Kramarczuk Voulgarides, Catherine; Aylward, Alexandra; Alvarado, Sarah – American Educational Research Journal, 2023
We used a situated approach to examine the aftermath of citations for racial disparities in special education and discipline. The study was conducted in one suburban school district and examined staff's interpretations and responses to multiple disproportionality citations. We found that historical, spatial, and sociocultural contexts mediated…
Descriptors: Special Education, Discipline, Disproportionate Representation, Racism
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