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DIFFERENCES IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT BY GRADE SPAN CONFIGURATION: A TEXAS STATEWIDE STUDY
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to examine the extent to which grade span configuration was related to the academic achievement of students in Grades 5 and 6. Specifically, the academic achievement ...
Differences in Student Success as a Function of Dual Credit Enrollment for Texas Community College Students: A Multiyear Investigation
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to examine dual credit enrollment with respect to student demographic characteristics and to student success of Texas community college students. The first purpose ...
DIFFERENCES IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE PERFORMANCE BY ECONOMIC STATUS, GENDER, AND ETHNICITY/RACE: A MULTIYEAR TEXAS STATEWIDE STUDY
Purpose The purpose of the first study was to ascertain the extent to which differences were present in the STAAR Mathematics and Science test scores by Grade 5 and Grade 8 student economic status. The purpose of the second ...
COMPARISON OF PROPORTION OF TEXAS CAMPUS COLLEGE, CAREER, AND MILITARY READINESS OF ALL STUDENTS TO THE PROPORTION OF TEXAS CAMPUS COLLEGE, CAREER, AND MILITARY READINESS BY ETHNICITY/RACE, GENDER, AND ECONOMIC STATUS
Purpose The primary purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to determine the degree to which differences might be present in the campus proportion of college, career, and military readiness for Texas high school ...