1. What are the impacts of school and out-of-school-related activities on students’
intention to pursue a STEM degree?
2. What are the impacts of both teacher and parental educational expectations on
students’ intentions to pursue a STEM degree?
3. What are the impacts of a students’ self-efficacy in math and science and college
expectations on the likelihood of pursuing a STEM degree?
4. What are the impacts of interaction effects between individual, environment, and
behavior on students’ likelihood of pursuing a STEM degree?
The Role of School Performance in Narrowing Gender Gaps in the Formation of STEM Aspirations: A Cross-National Study
To determine whether the school context is related to the gender gap in STEM aspirations cross-culturally.
How does students’ relationships with school adults impact their educational experiences and future college and career choices?
Understanding the educational processes of children of immigrant specifically, and all students more broadly, as the immigrant population grows in U.S. schools.
The association between the racial composition of schools and Texas high school students’ educational expectations.
African-American Students' College Transition Trajectory: An Examination of the Effect of High School Composition and Expectations on Degree Attainment
What is the relationship between highschool composition and students’ degree expectations and their effect on degree attainment for African-Americans?
How a Detracked Mathematics Approach Promoted Respect, Responsibility, and High Achievement
Does Segregation Still Matter? The Impact of Student Composition on Academic Achievement in High School
Whether racial and socioeconomic segregation is still contributing to the achievement differences among students.
Ways in which teachers’ and students’ behaviors might be causes/consequences of racially disparate perceptions and expectations regarding achievement.
High Standards in a Tracked System of Schooling: For Which Students and with What Educational Supports?
Equitable opportunity for all children to learn challenging curricula. Changing limiting beliefs of teacher’s methods.
Alternative Uses of Ability Grouping in Secondary Schools: Can We Bring High-Quality Instruction to Low-Ability Classes?
Explores possible instances of high-quality instruction in low-ability classes.
Analyze research on minority achievement in desegregated schools by separating genuine effects of desegregation from the false effects.