Data Sharing for Demographic Research Logo and Title

Search Results

Your query returned 8 citations.

2010
Callahan, Rebecca M.,  Muller, Chandra,  Schiller, Kathryn S. Preparing the next generation for electoral engagement: Social studies and the school context. American Journal of Education. 116, (4), 525-556.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2006
Lee, Valerie E.,  Burkam, David T.,  Ready, Douglas D.,  Honigman, Joanne, Meisels, Samuel J. Full-day versus half-day kindergarten: In which program do children learn more?. American Journal of Education. 112, (2), 163-208.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
2006
Riegle-Crumb, C. The path through math: Course sequences and academic performance at the intersection of race-ethnicity and gender. American Journal of Education. 113, (1), 101-122.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
1994
Duncan, Greg J. Families and Neighbors as Sources of Disadvantage in the Schooling Decisions of White and Black Adolescents. American Journal of Education. 103, (1), 20-53.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
1993
Lee, Valerie E.,  Mackie-Lewis, Christopher,  Marks, Helen M. Persistence to the baccalaureate degree for students who transfer from community college. American Journal of Education. 102, (1), 80-114.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
1991
Marsh, Herbert W. Public, Catholic single-sex and Catholic coeducational high schools: Their effects on achievement, affect, and behaviors. American Journal of Education. 99, (3), 320-356.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
1990
Camburn, Eric M. College completion among students from high schools located in large metropolitan areas. American Journal of Education. 98, (4), 551-569.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
1990
Jackson, Gregory A. Financial aid, college entry, and affirmative action. American Journal of Education. 98, (4), 523-550.
Full Text Options: DOI Worldcat Google Scholar
Export Options: RIS EndNote XML
Results 1 - 8