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INEQUITIES IN THE NUMBER OF DAYS ASSIGNED TO AN EXCLUSIONARY DISCIPLINE CONSEQUENCE AS A FUNCTION OF ETHNICITY/RACE AND ECONOMIC STATUS OF TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS: A MULTIYEAR, STATEWIDE INVESTIGATION
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to ascertain the extent to which differences were present in the number of days students were assigned to an exclusionary discipline consequence as a function of ...
DIFFERENCES IN SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS AS A FUNCTION OF GENDER, ECONOMIC STATUS, AND ETHNICITY/RACE OF TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: A MULTIYEAR STATEWIDE STUDY
The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to examine the extent to which differences in social studies skills were present between boys and girls as a function of their economic status (i.e., Not Poor, Moderately ...
DIFFERENCES IN EXCLUSIONARY DISCIPLINE PRACTICES FOR GRADES 5 AND 6 STUDENTS: A TEXAS MULTIYEAR STATEWIDE INVESTIGATION
Harkrider, Tim, Differences in exclusionary discipline practices for Grades 5 and 6 students: A Texas multiyear statewide investigation. Doctor of Education, December 2020, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. ...
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 ...