This paper considers whether a new framework for conceptualizing school racial composition, including the number and identity of specific racial groups and the stability of those groups, can determine more precisely the ways in which school diversity impacts students’ citizenship learning.
Diverse Schools in a Democratic Society: New Ways of Understanding How School Demographics Affect Civic and Political Learning
Differential School Effects Among Low, Middle, and High Social Class Composition Schools: A Multiple Group, Multilevel Latent Growth Curve Analysis
Examine differential school effects between low, middle, and high social class composition public schools.
What if detracking happened? Describe how a diverse suburban district in NY narrowed the gap by offering its high-curriculum to all students.
Identify different types of Hispanic students based on their academic achievement and school orientation
What is the effect of proportion Latino on the test scores of white, black, and Latino high school students?
Whether teacher-student racial congruence conditions the impact of teacher perceptions on performance.
Predict how neighborhood characteristics and measures of social problems affect gains on achievement tests between 10th and 12th grades.
Differences between and within schools in the allocation of opportunities for learning.