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Name and Affiliation Title of Project Data Set
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Dates of Projects
Lynn Addington
American University
Educational repercussions for victims of bullying and school crime: A longitudinal analysis of the School Crime Supplements Abstract NCVS
SCS
6/1/04-9/30/06
Motoko Akiba
University of Missouri, Columbia
National, school and teacher effects on student victimization of school violence: A cross-national study of 49 nations from TIMSS 1995 and TIMSS 1999. Abstract TIMSS:95
TIMSS:99
3/1/02-6/30/04
Corinne Alfeld
University of Minnesota
Female African American HBCU students in 2001 who began at community colleges in 1995 Abstract BPS
11/1/01-6/30/04
Sigal Alon
Tel-Aviv University
New conceptual framework for assessing the influence of financial aid on student success Abstract NPSAS
BPS
7/1/05-6/30/07
Jeffrey Anderson
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Modeling resiliency in the prevention of special education identification Abstract ECLS-K
1/1/07-6/30/08
Kenneth Anderson
Howard University
A comprehensive examination of factors related to future reading achievement for African American males in special education. Abstract SEELS
11/1/08-6/30/10
James Antony
University of Washington
A comparative analysis of tenure and faculty productivity: Moving beyond traditional approaches Abstract NSOPF
9/1/98-10/10/99
Marigee Bacolod
University of California, Irvine
Equalizing educational opportunities: Who teaches and where they choose to teach Abstract B&B
7/1/03-12/31/05
Carolyn Barber Understanding the Social Context of Advanced Placement Participation  AddHealth
AHAA
06/01/12-05/31/14
Daphna Bassok
University of Virginia
Is Kindergarten the New First Grade? The "Academicization" of Kindergarten in the Age of Accountability Abstract ECLS-B
ECLS-K
8/1/11-7/31/13
Michael Bastedo
University of Michigan
Cascading in public higher education: Tracking institutional stratification Abstract HS&B, NLS
NELS, ELS
6/1/09-5/31/11
Jennifer Bausmith
Rutgers University
Reducing the gap: Factors associated with high achievement growth among student racial/ethnic groups Abstract NAEP
6/1/05-8/31/07
Linda Bayley
University of California, Los Angeles
Opportunity to learn and science persistence: A multilevel approach Abstract NELS:88
11/1/93-6/30/96
Mark Beasley
St. John's University
Relationship between school readiness and participation in arts related activities among high risk preschoolers Abstract NHES
2/1/97-1/31/98
Mark Beasley
University of Alabama
Effects of educational opportunity on the intraschool distribution of eighth grade mathematics achievement in the U.S. and Korea: Multilevel analyses of TIMSS Abstract TIMSS:95
3/1/01-2/28/03
Albert Beaton
Boston College
Examining changes in international multilevel variance and student correlates of mathematics achievement using data from TIMSS 1995 and TIMSS 1999. Abstract TIMSS:95
TIMSS:99
8/1/02-7/31/03
Irenee Beattie
Washington State University
Gendered expectations and attainment in high poverty schools: Do school and family contexts help girls more than boys? Abstract NELS:88
6/1/05-10/1/07
Marcia Bellas
University of Cincinnati
Educational investments: Do returns diminish with age? Abstract B&B
6/1/96-5/31/99
Marcia Bellas
University of Cincinnati
Age and advanced degrees: A comparison of older and younger college graduates and the pursuit of graduate education Abstract B&B
6/1/02-5/31/03
Natasha Beretvas
University of Texas at Austin
Extension of the Hierarchical Generalized Linear Model for validation of test scores' psychometric functioning Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/03-6/1/05
Damian Betebenner
University of Colorado, Boulder
Readiness for college level mathematics Abstract LSAY
6/1/98-8/31/01
Julian Betts
University of California, San Diego
Incentives and grading standards: New evidence on the determinants of school quality Abstract LSAY
5/1/95-4/30/96
Julian Betts
University of California, San Diego
The impact of grading standards on the early labor market success of American youth Abstract HS&B
10/1/97-6/30/00
Judith Blau
University of North Carolina
Comparisons across race and ethnic groups using multiple data sets Abstract HS&B
NELS:88
6/1/98-9/30/99
Katerina Bodovski
Pennsylvania State University
Students' mathematics achievement and course-taking in 8th grade: The role of school readiness? Abstract ECLS-K
5/1/10-4/30/12
Geoffrey Borman
Johns Hopkins University
Title I and student achievement: An assessment of the most recent evidence Abstract NAEP
5/1/98-7/31/99
Geoffrey Borman
University of Wisconsin - Madison
School and neighborhood context and school-year and summer achievement Abstract ECLS-K
11/1/04-1/31/07
Alex Bowers
University of Texas at San Antonio
What do teacher assigned grades actually assess? Analyzing grades as informative academic and non-academic data for policy and school-level decision making Abstract ELS
6/1/09-5/31/10
Karen Bradley
Western Washington University
Gendered pipelines: A cross-national study of sex segregation in engineering and computer science fields of study Abstract TIMSS:95
TIMSS:99
3/1/02-2/28/04
Derek Briggs
University of Colorado
The effectiveness of admissions test preparation: New evidence from ELS: 2002 Abstract ELS
1/1/08-6/1/09
Rachelle Brooks
Association of American Universities & Univ of Maryland
Analyzing faculty scholarly activity across disciplines: Individual and structural influences on research processes and products Abstract NSOPF
11/1/03-10/31/05
David Burkam
University of Michigan
Social class instability and children's early academic growth Abstract ECLS-K
5/1/05-10/31/07
Rebecca Callahan
University of Texas at Austin
Math teachers' pedagogical practices: Effects on linguistic minority students' STEM preparation and participation Abstract ELS
1/1/09-7/31/11
Brendan Cantwell
Michigan State University
Paths to independence: Understanding the transition from postdoc to independent scientists in order to strengthen the science
and engineering workforce.
SED
SDR
8/15/12-5/15/14
William Carbonaro
University of Notre Dame
Racial/ethnic differences in college graduation: The lasting effects of students' high school experiences Abstract NELS:88
IPEDS
6/1/03-5/31/05
Deborah Faye Carter
Indiana University
The structures of opportunity: The effects of social constraints and institutional environments on college students' degree attainments Abstract BPS
1/1/98-8/1/01
Sophia Catsambis
Queens College, CUNY
Vital connections for students at-risk: Family, neighborhood and school influences on school engagement and dropping out Abstract NELS:88
2/15/02-8/31/02
Rong Chen
Seton Hall University
Effects of undergraduate indebtedness on graduate school enrollment: A causal investigation B&B: 1993/2003  06/01/11-05/30/13
Yuk Cheong
Emory University
Hierarchical Generalized Linear Models for Rater-Mediated Computer-Based Assessment
NAEP
 1/1/13-12/31/13
Amita Chudgar
Michigan State University
National income, income inequality, and the importance of schools and teachers: A hierarchical cross-national comparison Abstract TIMSS:2003
11/1/07-10/31/09
Hyewon Chung
John Jay College, CUNY
Incorporating Student Mobility in Longitudinal Datasets: A Multiple-Membership Random Effects Modeling Approach Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/11-5/31/12
Margaret Clements
New York University
School practices, parent involvement, and children's academic achievement from kindergarten through fifth grade: Evidence from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study Abstract ECLS-K
8/1/07-7/30/10
James Cofer
University of Missouri
The impact of federal financial aid policy on college choice and persistence Abstract NPSAS
6/1/99-8/28/01
Lora Cohen-Vogel
Florida State University
Teacher quality and alternative certification: Testing core assumptions Abstract SASS
1/1/05-12/31/06
Sharon Conley
University of California, Santa Barbara
Workplace predictors of secondary school teachers' commitment: An exploration of career stages Abstract SASS
5/1/99-8/15/00
Hope Corman
Rider University
An analysis of grade retention: The effects of public policies Abstract NHES
7/1/99-6/30/01
Kalena Cortes
Syracuse University
The effect of changes in federal student aid-packaging on the educational choices of low-income and minority students Abstract NPSAS
BPS, IPEDS
1/1/08-12/31/09
Robert Crosnoe
University of Texas at Austin
Poverty, famiily processes, and the transition to elementary school Abstract ECLS-K
3/1/05-4/30/07
Stephanie Curenton
Rutgers University
Does hardship continue after preschool? Using propensity score matching to investigate the effects of early childhood development programs on 5th grade literacy Abstract ECLS-K
1/2/10-12/31/10
Ernest Davenport
University of Minnesota
The making of minority scientists and engineers Abstract HS&B
2/1/91-2/28/92
Pamela Davis-Kean
University of Michigan
Trajectories of achievement: Understanding the profiles of achievement within race Abstract ECLS-K
3/1/07-2/28/09
Thomas Dee
Swarthmore College
A teacher like me: Does race, ethnicity or gender matter? Abstract NELS:88
6/1/04-12/31/05
Stefanie DeLuca
Johns Hopkins University
The decision not to attend college: School, work, and opportunities in the lives of contemporary high school graduates Abstract ELS
1/1/08-6/30/09
Eric Dey
University of Michigan
Moving on: Factors influencing faculty departure plans Abstract NSOPF
3/1/96-11/30/97
Jaime Dice
University of Rhode Island
The development of self-regulation in early childhood and its effects on literacy at school entry ECLS-B 1/1/13-12/31/14
Matthew Diemer
Michigan State University
Pathways to occupational attainment among lower-SES adolescents of color: The role of sociopolitical development Abstract NELS
1/1/06-12/31/06
Thomas DiPrete
Columbia University
Teacher effects on academic and social outcomes in elementary school Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/06-8/15/08
Ezekiel Dixon-Roman
University of Pennsylvania
Persistent inequality and educational inequity: Intergenerational capital, habitus, and academic inequity Abstract PSID-CDS
7/1/08-6/30/10
Jennifer Dobbs-Oates
Purdue University
Child care quality and kindergarten math outcomes Abstract ECLS-B
6/1/10-5/31/12
Thurston Domina
University of California, Irvine
Shockwaves: Tracing the effects of affirmative action bans through the high school to college transition Abstract NELS
ELS
11/1/08-10/31/09
Douglas Downey
Ohio State University
When the time is right: Delayed entry to kindergarten and its consequences for stratification Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/01-10/31/03
Susan Dumais
Louisiana State University
Boosters and barriers to first generation college students' academic and early labor market outcomes Abstract NELS
PETS
1/1/06-12/31/06
Lynne Kyoko Edwards
University of Minnesota
Is leaking pipeline a self-fulfilling prophecy?: Females in math and sciences Abstract NELS:88
3/16/94-11/15/96
Eric Eide
Brigham Young University
The effect of education and family background on earnings inequality among young workers Abstract HS&B
7/1/96-6/30/98
Marta Elliott
University of Nevada
School finance and opportunities to learn: Does money well spent equalize student achievement outcomes? Abstract NELS:88
9/1/96-8/31/97
Todd Ely
University of Colorado Denver
Parents, Families, and School Choice Abstract NHES-PFI:2007&2003
CCD-Public School Universe
5/1/11-4/30/12
Xitao Fan
Utah State University
Parental involvement: Its dimensions and longitudinal effect on academic achievement of high school students. Abstract NELS:88
7/1/98-4/30/00
Stacey Farber
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Examining the longitudinal nature of parental engagement, its predictors, and its effects across race and gender in the early grades Abstract ECLS-K
7/1/07-6/30/11
George Farkas
Pennsylvania State University
What's special about special education? Modeling the determinants and consequences of special education placement using the ECLS-K Abstract ECLS-K
1/1/05-6/30/07
David Figlio
University of Florida
Education policy and school choice Abstract NELS:88
HS&B
6/1/98-5/31/99
David Figlio
University of Florida
Inside the "black box": School responses to accountability pressure Abstract SASS
10/15/03-6/30/06
Jeremy Finn
State University of New York, Buffalo
School, work, and literacy Abstract NALS
6/1/94-7/15/96
Mary Fischer
University of Connecticut
Social capital, school choice, and student success: Examining the linkages among high school students in the ELS Abstract ELS
CCD
6/1/2009-5/31/2011
Jason Fletcher
Yale University
Examining the effects of full inclusion on the classmates of children with special needs Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/07-11/30/08
Jennifer Fredricks
Connecticut College
Participation in Structured and Unstructured Activities in After School Hours: Self-Selection and Adolescent Adjustment Abstract ELS
6/1/09-5/31/11
Noah Friedkin
University of California, Santa Barbara
Network Positions in Schooling: A Reconceptualization of Tracks Abstract HS&B
4/1/93-3/31/94
Bruce Fuller
Harvard University
How do parents choose early school settings? The influence of family structure and parenting practices Abstract NHES
11/1/93-6/30/96
Joseph Gasper
Westat
Is dropping out of high school a turning point or a point along a trajectory? A counterfactual approach to the labor market, criminal justice, and health consequences of dropping out Abstract NLSY
6/1/10-5/31/12
Seth Gershenson
American University
Linking Teacher Quality, Student Attendance, and Student Achievement: Evidence from the ECLS-K ECLS-K 1/1/13-12/31/14
Jennifer Glanville
University of Iowa
The measurement, consequences, and antecedents of school engagement: Comparisons among African American, Latino, and white students Abstract NELS:88
1/1/05-12/31/06
Jennifer Glick
Arizona State University
Family-school connectivity: Interactions leading to academic achievement for children of immigrants Abstract ECLS-K
4/1/08-8/31/09
Sara Goldrick-Rab
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Investigating path dependence in postsecondary education transitions Abstract NELS:88
9/1/05-12/31/07
Pat Rubio Goldsmith
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
School and neighborhood segregation and young adult outcomes Abstract NELS:88/2000
Census
6/1/06-5/31/08
Arturo Gonzalez
University of Arizona
Immigrant English ability and wages: Evidence from the National Adult Literacy Survey Abstract NALS
3/1/00-2/28/01
Nora Gordon
University of California, San Diego
School choice and "excess" school segregation: Does policy explain which districts have schools more segregated than neighborhoods? Abstract CCD
Census
7/1/09-6/30/11
Michael Gottfried
Loyola Marymount University
The Peer Effects of Inclusive Policies on Classmates without Disabilities ECLS-K 11/1/11-10/31/12
Scott Graves
Bowling Green State University
School and child level predictors of academic achievement for African Americans in 3rd grade: Implications for No Child Left Behind Abstract ECLS-K
3/1/07-2/29/08
Anne Gregory
Rutgers University
Inconsistent access to supportive teachers across English and math classrooms in high school and implications for student engagement and achievement Abstract ELS:2002
10/1/11-9/30/11
Jeff Grogger
University of California, Los Angeles
High school quality and the early careers of non-college-bound youths Abstract HS&B
7/1/94-12/31/96
Anne Hafner
California State University, Los Angeles
High school students' opportunities to learn in mathematics and science: A longitudinal look at academic track students Abstract NELS:88
7/1/95-1/31/98
Maureen Hallinan
University of Notre Dame
Track effects on mathematics learning Abstract NELS:88
4/1/96-7/31/98
Tamela Heath
University of Maryland
Psycho-social determinants of persistence, attainment and aspirations among African American college students Abstract BPS
6/1/95-3/10/97
Michael Hilmer
Brigham Young University
Community college transfers and labor market outcomes Abstract HS&B
B&B
1/1/99-12/31/00
Marilyn Hirth
Purdue University
Goals 2000, fiscal equity, and systemic reform: Are we a nation prepared to respond? Abstract CCD
11/1/94-10/31/96
Amanda Hoffman
US Dept. of Education
Examination of the program of study and outcomes for youth with Individualized Eduction Plans (IEPs) Abstract ELS
6/1/09-11/30/10
Janet Holt
Northern Illinois University
Racial and gender gaps in math and science educational and occupational persistence: Exploring critical transitions using growth mixture modeling Abstract NELS:88
6/16/03-8/15/05
Gary Huang
Synectics, Inc.
Outcomes of desegregated schooling: Joint effects of school factors and student characteristics Abstract HS&B
4/1/96-3/31/98
Sylvia Hurtado
University of Michigan
The transition to college: A comparative study of Latino students and other racial/ethnic groups Abstract NELS:88
NSHS
10/1/94-10/31/96
Richard Ingersoll
University of Georgia
The causes and consequences of out-of-field teaching in high school Abstract SASS
TFS
8/1/98-11/1/00
Yasmiyn Irizarry
Mississippi State University
Understanding Disparities in Math Course Placements During the Middle to High School Transition
NLS:09
CCD
6/1/13-5/31/15
Terry Ishitani
Indiana State University
The longitudinal impact of "first-generation" on college student attrition Abstract NELS:88/2000
5/1/02-4/30/04
Frederic Jacobs
American University
Barriers to participation by adults in part-time educational activities Abstract NHES
1/1/97-4/30/98
James Jennings
Hendrix College
Chapter 1 schoolwide projects in the Delta Abstract NAEP
4/1/92-11/30/93
Christopher Jepsen
University of Kentucky
Are Catholic primary schools more effective than public primary schools? Abstract ECLS-K
4/1/10-3/30/12
Feng Jiang
University of Arkansas
Examining the Effect of Inquiry Teaching on Student Science Literacy: Using Propensity Score Analysis with PISA and TIMSS Data PISA
TIMSS
9/1/12-8/31/13
Hong Jiao
University of Maryland
Differential item functioning analysis for testlet-based assessments Abstract PISA
6/10/10-6/9/12
Odis Johnson
University of Maryland, College Park
Study of ecological determinants of the achievement gap Abstract ECLS-K
5/1/10-4/30/12
Ithel Jones
Florida State University
Social and academic effects of varying types of preschool experiences Abstract ECLS-K
5/1/01-4/30/02
Lois Joy
Smith College
Gender differences in the transition from college to work: Salaries, occupations, and job changes in the skilled job market Abstract B&B
3/1/01-2/28/03
Sharon Judge
University of Tennessee
Resilient and vulnerable at-risk children: What makes the difference? Abstract ECLS-K
8/15/02-8/15/04
Kirsten Kainz
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
School composition, instructional quality, and student achievement Abstract ECLS-K
7/1/08-6/30/10
Ariel Kalil
University of Chicago
Consequences of parental job loss for adolescents' school performance and educational attainment Abstract NELS:88
2/15/02-2/28/03
Demetra Kalogrides
Stanford University
The Role of Non-Cognitive Skills in Mediating Achievement Gaps in Elementary School ECLS-B
ECLS-K
12/1/11-11/30/13
Sang-Jin Kang
Yongsei University
Effects of academic departments on secondary school management: A crossed multilevel analysis Abstract HS&B
7/1/93-5/31/95
David Kaplan
University of Delaware
Quantitative Approaches to Educational Policy Analysis Utilizing Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling Abstract NELS:88
6/1/93-5/31/94
Michael Kieffer
Teachers College, Columbia University
English language learners' growth in mathematics and reading during early adolescence: Do K-8 schools make a difference? Abstract ECLS-K
1/1/10-12/31/11
Seongeun Kim
University of California, Los Angeles
Prevention of school violence and crime: Investigation of cross-level interaction effects of risk and protective factors on adolescent violence and crime using multilevel longitudinal methods Abstract NELS:88
NELS:94
3/1/01-2/28/03
Joshua Klugman
Temple University
The role of school racial/ethnic composition in Asian and Latino achievement Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/09-6/28/11
Lori Kowaleski-Jones
Northwestern University
Family matters: The role of home environment in determining achievement Abstract NLSY
11/1/98-10/31/99
Diane Krasner
University of California, Los Angeles
Examination of risk and protective factors according to gender and ethnicity in a school context Abstract NELS:88
6/1/93-12/31/94
William Yun Lan
Texas Tech University
A model of parenting style and students' academic performance Abstract NELS:88
2/1/97-1/31/98
Valerie Lee
University of Michigan
Where do Head Start attendees end up? One reason why preschool effects are not sustained Abstract NELS:88
4/1/92-4/30/94
Valerie Lee
University of Michigan
School size and student learning: What size high school works best? Abstract NELS:88
10/1/95-12/31/96
Jaekyung Lee
University of Maine
Interstate variation in the achievement gap among racial and social groups: Considering the effects of school resources and classroom practices Abstract NAEP
11/1/97-4/30/00
Sharon Lee
Portland State University
Is there a glass ceiling in higher education? A study of Asian American faculty Abstract NSOPF
1/1/00-8/20/00
Walter Leite
University of Florida
Combining latent growth modeling with propensity score matching to estimate the time-varying effect of student mobility Abstract ECLS-K
5/1/08-10/31/09
Audrey Light
The Ohio State University
Transfer decisions, graduation rates and earnings of four-year college students Abstract IPEDS
NLSY
9/1/00-10/31/01
Dean Lillard
Cornell University
Dropping out: An unintended consequence of higher graduation standards? Abstract NELS:88
6/1/98-5/31/99
Xiaofeng Liu
University of South Carolina
Professional support, school conditions, and first-year teacher attrition Abstract SASS
11/1/02-2/28/05
Kim Lloyd
Washington State University
Affirmative action and the Texas top 10% policy: Minority representation and success in selective public and private universities under alternative policy regimes Abstract CCD
6/1/03-12/31/05
Susanna Loeb
Stanford University
Fiscal substitution and the effectiveness of school finance equalization policies Abstract CCD
SDDB
3/1/00-8/28/02
John Logan
University at Albany, SUNY and Brown University
Brown v. Board of Education at 50: Desegregation orders and public school integration Abstract CCD
Census
1/1/04-12/31/05
Francesca Lopez
Marquette University
Language acquisition models as bridges into school knowledge: Effects on academic achievement of English language learners Abstract NAEP
3/1/10-2/28/12
Susan Losh
Florida State University
The foundations: High school and college math and science experiences and adult civic science literacy 1979-2003 Abstract NSF Surveys
1/3/05-12/3/07
Joe Lott
University of Washington
Investigating the longitudinal impact of college on civic indicators of college students Abstract B&B
2/1/09-7/29/11
Xin Ma
University of Alberta
A longitudinal assessment of early acceleration of students in mathematics Abstract LSAY
11/15/99-6/30/01
Joyce Main
Purdue University
Pathways to Tenure-Track Faculty Positions: The Intersection Between Institutional Benefits Policies, Family Formation, and
Career Progression
NSOPF
SDR
5/15/12-5/14/13
Lindsey Malcom
University of California, Riverside
Structuring or equalizing opportunity: The relationship between community college pathways and outcomes for STEM baccalaureates Abstract NSRCG
8/1/09-7/31/10
Helen Marks
Ohio State University
Community service in the US high schools: Patterns of participation and citizenship outcomes Abstract NELS:88
7/1/97-8/31/00
Herbert W. Marsh
University of Western Sydney
Multiple dimensions of self-concept in NELS:88: Their dual role as outcome and process variables Abstract NELS:88
11/1/93-10/31/94
Brent McBride
University of Illinois
The impact of father involvement on child learning and development Abstract PSID-CDS
1/1/01-6/1/03
Brent McBride
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Father involvement, child learning and development: A longitudinal view Abstract PSID-CDS
8/16/05-2/15/08
Martha M. McCarthy
Indiana University
The educational administration professoriate: Another look Abstract NSOPF
1/1/94-6/30/96
Susan McElroy
Carnegie Mellon University
Why do black kids fail: The effects of poverty on racial gaps in test scores Abstract NELS:88
11/1/98-6/15/01
Ralph McNeal
University of Connecticut
Parental involvement and student outcomes Abstract NELS:88
6/1/96-5/31/98
Ralph McNeal
University of Connecticut
Investigating the parent involvement 'reactive hypothesis' Abstract NELS:88
1/1/99-6/30/01
Tatiana Melguizo
University of Southern California
The influence of unobservables and articulation policies on transfer and bachelor's attainment rates of community college students: A thirty year perspective Abstract HS&B
NELS, ELS
6/1/06-8/15/08
Carolina Milesi
University of Chicago
Pathways to college across two youth cohorts Abstract NLSY
6/1/09-5/31/11
Catherine Millett
University of Michigan
How undergraduate loan debt and other factors affect the application and enrollment in graduate or first professional school of recent college graduates Abstract B&B
7/1/00-6/30/02
Stephanie Moller
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The solidification of achievement differentials by race, class and gender: What strategies might boost the post-secondary educational returns to achievement? Abstract NELS:88/2000
1/1/07-12/31/08
Stephen Morgan
Cornell University
Educational achievement and disidentification among white and black students Abstract NELS:88
11/1/00-10/31/02
Stephen Morgan
Cornell University
The size, variation, and meaning of the Catholic school effect on achievement for the high school class of 2004 Abstract ELS
1/1/05-6/30/07
Chandra Muller
University of Texas
The mismatch of teacher and student expectations: Circumstances and consequences Abstract NELS:88
7/1/95-12/31/97
Chandra Muller
University of Texas
Parental involvement in the transition to college Abstract NELS:88
HS&B
1/1/98-8/15/01
David Mustard
University of Georgia
Merit aid sorting: The effects of HOPE-style scholarships on college stratification by ability, race, and gender Abstract IPEDS
5/1/02-12/31/04
Yasser Nakib
University of Delaware
Linking K-12 educational outcomes and pupil environmental characteristics to resource allocation and use in three major states Abstract NELS:88
11/1/94-3/31/97
Robert C. Nichols
State University of New York-Buffalo
Policies and practices related to achievement Abstract HS&B
NELS:88
11/1/92-6/1/95
Amanda Nickerson
University at Albany, SUNY
Authoritarian vs. educational/therapeutic approaches: Effects on crime in U.S. schools Abstract SSOCS
1/1/05-7/15/07
Richard Niemi
University of Rochester
The effects of community service and service learning on students' civic attitudes and knowledge Abstract NHES
6/1/97-3/31/99
Ann O'Connell
University of Connecticut
Factors associated with growth in proficiency during kindergarten and through first grade Abstract ECLS-K
8/5/02-12/31/04
Sarah Ovink
Virginia Tech
College Match and Undermatch: Examining Variation in and Consequences of College Choice NELS 9/1/13-8/31/15
Gregory Palardy
University of Georgia
The equitable distribution and relative importance of teacher characteristics, attitudes, and practices to learning in early elementary school Abstract ECLS-K
1/1/06-2/28/08
Hyunjoon Park
University of Pennsylvania
The educational achievement gap between immigrant and native students and school segregation by socioeconomic status and immigrant status: A comparative study of 18 countries Abstract PISA
6/1/07-9/30/08
Jennifer Pearson
Wichita State University
The Long-Term Educational Attainment of Same-Sex Attracted Students: The Role of High School Performance, School Context, and Educational Pathways Abstract AddHealth
1/1/11-12/31/12
Lara Perez-Felkner
NORC at the University of Chicago
The Role of Perceived Regard on the College Persistence of Underrepresented Minorities Abstract NELS:88
ELS
11/1/10-10/31/12
Laura Perna
University of Maryland, College Park
The role of historically black colleges and universities in preparing African Americans for faculty careers Abstract IPEDS
11/1/98-10/31/99
Laura Perna
University of Mayland, College Park
Racial/ethnic group differences in the realization of education plans Abstract NELS:90
NELS:94
3/1/00-2/28/01
Fabian Pfeffer
University of Michigan
Education's Contribution to an Open Society: The role of educational expansion and equalization for social mobility trends in the United States Abstract GSS, SIPP, PSID
8/1/11-7/31/2013
Therese Pigott
Loyola University Chicago
Correlates of success in kindergarten Abstract ECLS-K
12/1/02-6/1/04
Stephen Plank
Johns Hopkins University
Student behavior and school organization: Cross-national analysis of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study data Abstract TIMSS:95
9/1/99-7/31/01
Suet-Ling Pong
The Pennsylvania State University
The educational success of children in nonintact families: Do ethnicity and the school matter? Abstract NELS:88
NELS:90
8/1/94-10/31/96
Suet-Ling Pong
Pennsylvania State University
The impact of class size on math and science achievement Abstract TIMSS:95
7/1/98 - 6/30/00
David Post
University of Pittsburgh
Academic achievement by working adolescents: Results from TIMSS-R Abstract TIMSS:99
1/1/03-6/30/04
Brian Powell
Indiana University
Parental involvement, educational investment, and school outcomes of young children from biracial families Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/02-5/31/04
Derek Price
Lumina Foundation
The impact of educational debt burdens on social inequality: Effects of race, class, gender, and educational attainment Abstract B&B
9/1/00-8/31/02
Douglas Ready
Teachers College, Columbia University
Racial and socio-economic inequality in early cognitive development: The role of children's health and school absences Abstract ECLS-K
3/1/08-8/10/10
Sean Reardon
Pennsylvania State University
Understanding the growth of achievement inequality in the early years of schooling Abstract ECLS-K
7/1/03-6/30/05
Randall Reback
Barnard College, Columbia University
The impact of elementary school counselors on student outcomes Abstract ECLS-K
CCD
7/1/06-6/30/08
Michelle Reininger
Northwestern University
Early aspirants: A longitudinal study of the path to teaching Abstract HS&B
NELS
4/1/10-3/31/12
Linda Renzulli
University of Georgia
School choice whose choice? Abstract SASS
11/1/02-10/31/03
Catherine Riegle-Crumb
NORC, University of Chicago
Levels of gender inequality in math and science: The influence of objective and subjective factors Abstract TIMSS:95
11/1/00-10/31/02
Carolyn Riehl
University of Michigan
Scheduling time and talent: The impact of secondary school teachers' work assignments on their perceptions of efficacy and professional commitment Abstract SASS
8/1/94-7/31/95
Cornelius Riordan
Providence College
The value of attending a women's college in the 1980s: A study of the high school class of 1980 Abstract HS&B
4/1/92-4/30/93
Cornelius Riordan
Providence College
Male/female early achievement and development: Targeting the birth of the gender gap among children in the public schools Abstract ECLS-K
6/1/00-5/31/02
Deborah Rivas-Drake
Brown University
Explaining Postsecondary Choices among Hispanic Adolescents Abstract ELS
6/1/11-5/31/12
Joanne Roberts
Wellesley College
The influence of early care and education on children's outcomes and family functioning: An ecological model Abstract ECLS-B
7/1/04-7/1/07
Joseph Robinson
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Effects of native-language assessment accommodations in mathematics for kindergarten and first-grade English learners Abstract ECLS-K
5/16/09-5/15/11
Melissa Roderick
University of Chicago
Peering into the black box of tracking: Opportunities to learn, classroom contexts, and mathematics achievement Abstract NELS:88
7/1/94-6/30/95
Melissa Roderick
The University of Chicago
Peering into the black box of tracking: Opportunities to learn, classroom contexts, and mathematics achievement Abstract NELS:88
7/1/95-12/31/95
Janet Rosenbaum
University of Maryland
The role of risk behaviors in community college graduation Abstract AddHealth
7/15/11-7/14/13
Ross Rubenstein
Georgia State University
The equity of public elementary and secondary school districts in the U.S. 1992-95 Abstract CCD
11/1/99-12/31/00
Kathleen Rudasill
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Temperament and preschool classroom processes as predictors of kindergarten achievement for children with demographic risk  FACES 2006
6/1/13-5/31/15
Russell Rumberger
University of California, Santa Barbara
Why students drop out of middle school Abstract NELS:88
2/1/91-3/31/94
Russell Rumberger
University of California, Santa Barbara
Does segregation matter: The impact of student composition on academic achievement Abstract NELS:88
7/1/99-6/30/01
Leslie Rutkowski Examining the Sensitivity of Large-Scale Assessment Estimation Methods to Missing and Noisy Background Data  TIMSS 2007
8/1/12-7/31/13
Salvatore Saporito
College of William and Mary
Private choices, public consequences: A study of racial and economic segregation in 50 school districts Abstract CCD
SASS
6/1/04-5/31/06
Kathryn Schiller
SUNY-Albany
Academic effects of school transitions: Opportunities, choices, and persistence Abstract NELS:88
IPEDS
3/1/00-2/28/02
Jennifer Schmidt
Northern Illinois University
Participation in service activities and its impact on academic, behavioral, and civic outcomes of high risk students Abstract NHES
ELS
1/15/07-1/14/08
Eileen Sclan (Weiss)
Teachers College, Columbia University
The effects of perceived workplace conditions on beginning teachers' work commitment, career choice commitment, and planned retention Abstract SASS
2/1/91-4/30/93
Judith Scott-Clayton
Columbia University
The Labor Market Returns to Content and Quality of Baccalaureate Degrees: New Evidence from Matched Administrative Data Baccalaureate and Beyond: 93/03
Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics
4/1/12-3/31/14
Jacqueline Shannon
Brooklyn College, CUNY
Minority fathers contributions to their young children's overall development: Variations by race/ethnicity, SES, and family structure Abstract ECLS-B
4/1/05-9/30/07
Janet Sheehan-Holt
Northern Illinois University
Factors affecting adult literacy: A model-testing approach for investigating associations among variables in the NALS Abstract NALS
6/15/97-6/14/99
Jianping Shen
University of Washington
Teacher retention and attrition in public schools Abstract SASS
4/1/96-3/31/97
Roger Shouse
Pennsylvania State University
School restructuring and its differential impact across socio-economic contexts Abstract NELS:88
6/1/98-8/31/99
Kathryn Simms
Norfolk State University
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): Eclectic or Cohesive? A Comparison of Within
Group and Between Group Variability in Educational Outcomes
 NPSAS
BPS
1/1/12-12/31/13
Kusum Singh
Virginia Tech
Professional support and its effect on teachers' commitment to stay in teaching: A structural model Abstract SASS
1/1/94-2/29/96
Renee Smith-Maddox
Brandeis University
The aspirations of African American eighth graders: Analyzing ability grouping and neighborhood effects Abstract NELS:88
4/1/92-6/30/94
Aage Sorensen
Harvard University
Schools, learning and educational opportunity Abstract NELS:88
3/1/97-7/1/99
Frances Stage
Indiana University
Science, mathematics and engineering majors: Effects of pre-college classroom experiences, ability and student psychological factors Abstract NELS:88
7/1/97-8/23/99
Laura Stapleton
University of Texas at Austin
An assessment of practical solutions for structural equation modeling with national large-scale databases Abstract ECLS-K
1/1/04-12/31/04
Amanda Sullivan
University of Minnesota
Propensity Score Matching Analyses of the Effects of Early Childhood Special Education for Children with Developmental Delay or Disability Abstract ECLS-B
5/1/11-4/30/13
Laura Szalacha
Brown University
The relationship between practice-oriented education and post-graduate work experience Abstract B&B
11/1/04-6/15/08
Hiromi Taniguchi
University of Louisville
Higher education pursuits past early adulthood and subsequent career outcomes Abstract NLSY79-2000
7/1/03-6/30/04
Scott Thomas
University of Hawaii
Deferred costs and economic returns to college major, quality, and performance Abstract B&B
IPEDS
12/1/97-5/31/99
Carolyn Thompson
SUNY-Buffalo & University of Missouri, Kansas City
The relationship of school socialization to students' integration into the college culture Abstract NELS:88
8/19/96-7/31/01
Philip Trostel
University of Maine
The impact of new college graduates on intrastate labor markets Abstract IPEDS
1/1/05-12/15/07
Kristin Turney
University of California-Irvine
Mass Incarceration and the Intergenerational Transmission of Inequality: Examining the Effect of Paternal Incarceration on Childrens Educational Outcomes Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study 5/1/13-4/30/15
Kazuaki Uekawa
University of Chicago
Mentorship network and social control of deviance: Evidence from American high schools Abstract LSAY
3/1/00-9/30/02
Paul Umbach
University of Iowa
Gender equity in college faculty pay: A cross-classified random effects model examing the impact of human capital, academic disciplines, and institutions Abstract NSOPF
6/1/07-5/31/08
Margaret Usdansky
Syracuse University
Understanding the Education and Career Outcomes of Under-Represented Minorities in STEM Fields Abstract NSF SESTAT
8/1/11-7/31/11
James Valadez
North Carolina State University
The impact of social class and school knowledge on postsecondary aspirations of public school students Abstract NELS:88
1/1/94-12/31/95
Julian Vasquez Heilig
University of Texas at Austin
Achieving diversity in the post-PICS era: Modeling the effects of geographic integration plans Abstract Census
CCD
3/1/10-3/31/11
Geetha Waehrer
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
The effects of student employment on educational and earnings outcomes Abstract NLSY
4/1/99-4/30/01
Jianjun Wang
California State University, Bakersfield
A comparative study of student science achievement between the United States and the People's Republic of China Abstract IEA-2nd Sci Study
6/1/95-5/31/96
Jianjun Wang
California State University, Bakersfield
An empirical study of the effects of science and mathematics education on non-college bound students' school-to-work transition Abstract NELS:88
LSAY
11/1/96-10/31/98
Aubrey Wang
Saint Joseph's University
Factors Predicting Early Mathematics Skills for Low-Income African-American, Hispanic-American, and Caucasian-American Preschool and Kindergarten Children: Using the Opportunity-Propensity Framework Abstract ECLS-B
1/18/11-1/18/13
Xueli Wang
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Pathway to a Baccalaureate in STEM Fields: Are Community Colleges a Viable Route? BPS: 04/09
PETS: 09
6/1/12-5/31/14
Osundwa Fred Wanjera
St. Louis University
Time spent on Academic Tasks, Co-curricular Involvement, Academic Achievement and Labor Supply of Enrolled Students: A
Panel Data Approach
NLSY97
6/1/12-8/20/12
John Warren
University of Washington
Trends in the selectivity and consequences of adolescent employment, 1966-1997 Abstract NLS72
HS&B
6/16/01-8/25/02
John Weathers
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
A propensity score matching analysis of the effects of inclusive special education services Abstract ECLS-K
4/1/10-4/1/12
Gabriela Weaver
University of Colorado at Denver
An assessment of the outcomes of computer-based instruction using the NELS:88 database, including the third follow-up data Abstract NELS:88
3/1/96-2/28/98
Catherine J. Weinberger
University of California, Santa Barbara
Allocation of a scarce resource: High math aptitude women in college and the labor market Abstract HS&B
5/1/94-10/31/96
Catherine Weinberger
University of California, Santa Barbara
High school leadership skills and adult labor market outcomes Abstract NELS:88
HS&B
4/1/03-5/31/06
Christopher Weiss
Columbia University
Student engagement in small schools: The effects on academic achievement Abstract ELS
12/1/06-11/30/07
Tiffany Whittaker
University of Texas at Austin
The Impact of Different Centering and Time-Coding Strategies on Univariate and Multivariate Latent Growth Model Estimates with Interindividual Heterogeneity
 ECLS-K
NLSY97
1/7/13-1/6/14
Tina Wildhagen
Smith College
The Effects of AP Course-Taking on Test Scores and College Attendance across Racial and Ethnic Groups: Human Capital or Signaling? Abstract ELS
NELS
1/1/11-12/31/12
Nancy Wile
Teachers College, Columbia University
Factors related to employment success for PhD recipients in the sciences Abstract SED
SDR
6/1/98-8/31/99
Valerie Williams
North Carolina Central University
Exploring statistical adjustment of results from the Trial State Assessment Abstract NAEP
3/1/97-9/30/99
James Williams
George Washington University
Socio-economic status and the effects of school size on student performance: A cross-national multi-level analysis of PISA Abstract PISA
5/15/04-6/15/08
Jon Douglas Willms
University of British Columbia
A national assessment of schooling processes Abstract NELS:88
NELS:90
6/1/92-6/30/94
Doug Willms
University of New Brunswick
Domain-specific mathematics achievement and socioeconomic gradients: An international perspective Abstract TIMSS:95
10/1/99-9/30/01
Claire Wladis
Borough of Manhattan Community College/ City
University of New York
Online STEM Students At-Risk: Building a Model of Online STEM Student Retention at the Community College
NPSAS
5/1/12-4/30/14
Yonghong Jade Xu
University of Memphis
Understanding the work experience of women faculty in nontraditional fields: Bayesian modeling of the 1993, 1999, and 2004 NSOPF data Abstract NSOPF
2/1/07-1/31/08
Wenfan Yan
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Social capital, student engagement and academic achievement: A study of 1988 eighth graders Abstract NELS:88
1/1/94-3/31/97
Sukkyung You
University of California, Santa Barbara
Identifying factors affecting high school students' advanced mathematics course-taking Abstract ELS
7/1/07-6/30/09
Wladimir Zanoni
Chapin Hall at The University of Chicago
Studying the Causal Effects of Early Absences on Later Absences  ECLS-K 1/5/12-4/30/14
Fuhua Zhai
SUNY Stony Brook University
Effects of Head Start Compared to Alternative Child Care Arrangements: Using Experimental Data from the Head Start Impact Study HSIS 12/1/11-11/30/13
Liang Zhang
Pennsylvania State University
Do Merit-Aid Programs Improve the Educational Attainment of the Workforce? Abstract Census, IPEDS
CPS
1/1/11-12/31/12
Rebecca Zwick
University of California, Santa Barbara
Do SAT Scores and High School Grades Predict College Grades and Degree Completion? A Study of Four Language/Ethnicity Groups Abstract HS&B
1/01/01-8/31/03
 
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