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Ortagus, Justin C. – Educational Researcher, 2023
This study examines the influence of varying levels of online enrollment on community college students' likelihood of degree completion, with a particular focus on completion outcomes among traditionally underserved subgroups of students. Using institutional transcript data from a high-enrollment community college and a propensity score weighting…
Descriptors: Community College Students, Enrollment, Computer Mediated Communication, Graduation Rate
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Kraft, Matthew A. – Educational Researcher, 2023
It is a healthy exercise to debate the merits of using effect-size benchmarks to interpret research findings. However, these debates obscure a more central insight that emerges from empirical distributions of effect-size estimates in the literature: Efforts to improve education often fail to move the needle. I find that 36% of effect sizes from…
Descriptors: Effect Size, Benchmarking, Educational Research, Educational Policy
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Nguyen, Mike Hoa; Ramirez, Joseph J.; Laderman, Sophia – Educational Researcher, 2023
Minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are unique in their ability to support the educational advancement of students of color. Approximately one in five postsecondary institutions are eligible for funding under an MSI designation, yet more than half of all undergraduate students of color are enrolled in such colleges and universities. However,…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Institutional Characteristics, Definitions, Classification
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Long, Kody; Renbarger, Rachel – Educational Researcher, 2023
Socioeconomic status (SES) is a common measure used to gauge social, cultural, and financial capital in scientific literature. Over time, SES research has produced an extremely wide and inconsistently used variety of SES variables and components. This study will review research that estimates SES and will examine common components and trends from…
Descriptors: Poverty, Measures (Individuals), Socioeconomic Status, Trend Analysis
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Broton, Katharine M.; Mohebali, Milad; Goldrick-Rab, Sara – Educational Researcher, 2023
Given growing awareness of the high prevalence of food insecurity among college students, higher education leaders are implementing various food interventions on their campuses. However, there is little research on the efficacy and impact of these initiatives. Using data from a field randomized control trial, we find that a relatively modest…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Program Effectiveness, Hunger
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Makowski, Martha B.; Lubienski, Sarah Theule – Educational Researcher, 2023
Understanding students' participation in collaborative classroom settings is important in a variety of educational contexts, with implications for teaching, research, and equity. Using data from a group-centered developmental mathematics class, this research brief illustrates novel quantitative representations of students' group participation and…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Group Activities, Visual Aids, Student Behavior
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Liu, Ran – Educational Researcher, 2023
Using school-month-level learning mode data and high school completion rates across three school years from 429 Wisconsin public high schools, this study examines the impact of disruptions to in-person instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic on high school completion rates, with a focus on socioeconomic disparities. Findings reveal that a longer…
Descriptors: High Schools, Public Schools, Graduation, Socioeconomic Influences
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Gillani, Nabeel; Beeferman, Doug; Vega-Pourheydarian, Christine; Overney, Cassandra; Van Hentenryck, Pascal; Roy, Deb – Educational Researcher, 2023
Most U.S. school districts draw "attendance boundaries" to define catchment areas that assign students to schools near their homes, often recapitulating neighborhood demographic segregation in schools. Focusing on elementary schools, we ask: How much might we reduce school segregation by redrawing attendance boundaries? Combining parent…
Descriptors: School Districts, School District Reorganization, Racial Segregation, Student Diversity
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Haegele, Justin A.; Maher, Anthony J. – Educational Researcher, 2023
"Inclusion" has become a global buzzword relating to education policy and practice. Mostly, it is tied to discussions about access and opportunities in education spaces as well as school policies and the curriculum decisions and pedagogical actions of teachers. As part of this critique, we propose defining "inclusion" as…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Definitions, Values, Students with Disabilities
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Trinidad, Jose Eos – Educational Researcher, 2023
School practices and policies are often influenced by various research, nonprofit, for-profit, and philanthropic organizations. To help understand their influence, this article provides a framework accounting for the variety of school improvement organizations (SIOs) and summarizes debates regarding their benefits and risks. I cluster SIOs as…
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Nonprofit Organizations, Philanthropic Foundations, Partnerships in Education
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Mark, Nicholas D. E.; Corcoran, Sean P.; Jennings, Jennifer L. – Educational Researcher, 2023
We provide novel evidence on the broader impacts of school choice systems by quantifying disparities in peer continuity from middle to high school in New York City. We find that Black and Hispanic students and those in high-poverty neighborhoods attend high school with a much smaller fraction of their middle school or neighborhood peers than their…
Descriptors: School Choice, Enrollment, Middle School Students, High School Students
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Gomez-Najarro, Joyce; Pugach, Marleen C.; Blanton, Linda P. – Educational Researcher, 2023
Dual certification programs are proliferating as the principal means of preparing teachers for inclusive practice. Drawing on the 1,408 university-based teacher education programs on the 2019 Title II database, we examined the institutional website discourse for every program offering prospective teachers the opportunity to earn a general and…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Certification, Web Sites
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Lyon, Melissa Arnold – Educational Researcher, 2023
In the "Janus v. AFCSME" (2018) decision, the U.S. Supreme Court mandated that all public sector workers, including teachers, operate in a Right to Work (RTW) framework. In the years since, teachers' unions have not experienced the mass exodus that some predicted, but should we expect them to? Using an original, historical data set…
Descriptors: Labor Legislation, Unions, Educational Policy, Educational History
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Hirshberg, Matthew J.; Davidson, Richard J.; Goldberg, Simon B. – Educational Researcher, 2023
Educator mental health sits at the intersection of multiple pressing educational issues. We are among the first to provide estimates of school system employee (SSE) stress, anxiety, and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most participants reported clinically meaningful anxiety and depressive symptoms (77.96% and 53.65%, respectively). Being…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Anxiety, Depression (Psychology), COVID-19
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Douglas, Daniel; Logue, Alexandra W.; Watanabe-Rose, Mari – Educational Researcher, 2023
Community colleges are essential for United States higher education, but their students have low retention and graduation rates. Community college students assigned to mathematics remediation are particularly unlikely to graduate. Corequisite remediation (college-level coursework with additional support) has shown short-term increased student…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, College Mathematics, Remedial Mathematics, Community College Students
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