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DIFFERENCES IN READING PERFORMANCE OF TEXAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AS A FUNCTION OF ECONOMIC STATUS, GENDER, AND ETHNICITY/RACE: A MULTIYEAR STATEWIDE STUDY
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to examine the extent to which degree of economic status, gender, and ethnicity/race are related to the reading achievement of Texas elementary school students. ...
High School Size and Differences in the Academic Achievement of English Language Learners: A Texas Statewide, Multiyear Investigation
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to determine the relationship of high school size with the academic achievement (i.e., reading and mathematics) of English Language Learners enrolled in Texas high ...
Differences in dropout rates, General Education Development recipient rates, High school graduation rates as a function of school size for students in poverty: A Texas multiyear statewide study.
Archival data from the Texas Education Agency Academic Performance Report were analyzed to examine the relationships between high school enrollment size and dropout rates, GED recipient rates, and graduation rates for ...