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Grades and Graduation: A Longitudinal Risk Perspective to Identify Student Dropouts
ABSTRACT Studies of student risk of school dropout have shown that present predictors of at-risk status do not accurately identify a large percentage of students who eventually drop out. Through theExpand
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Do We Know Who Will Drop Out?: A Review of the Predictors of Dropping out of High School: Precision, Sensitivity, and Specificity
The purpose of this study is to review the literature on the most accurate indicators of students at risk of dropping out of high school. We used Relative Operating Characteristic (ROC) analysis toExpand
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What Are the Different Types of Principals Across the United States? A Latent Class Analysis of Principal Perception of Leadership
Purpose: Effective styles of principal leadership can help address multiple issues in struggling schools, such as low student achievement and high rates of teacher attrition. Although the literatureExpand
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Integrated Leadership: How Principals and Teachers Share Transformational and Instructional Influence
Transformational leadership by the principal appears to be a precondition of shared instructional leadership in schools, but it does not guarantee that principals and teachers will collaborate onExpand
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SKIP3, a novel Drosophila tribbles ortholog, is overexpressed in human tumors and is regulated by hypoxia
Regions of hypoxia are a hallmark of solid tumors. Tumor cells modulate the regulation of specific genes allowing adaptation and survival in the harsh hypoxic environment. We have identified SKIP3, aExpand
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Examining the Multiple Trajectories Associated with Dropping Out of High School: A Growth Mixture Model Analysis
ABSTRACT Historically, students who fail to graduate from secondary school are considered as a single category of school dropouts. However, emerging literature indicates that there may be multipleExpand
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Why Tenth Graders Fail to Finish High School: A Dropout Typology Latent Class Analysis
A large percentage of the students who drop out of K–12 schools in the United States do so at the end of high school, at some point after grade 10. Yet little is known about the differences betweenExpand
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What's in a grade? The multidimensional nature of what teacher-assigned grades assess in high school
Historically, teacher-assigned grades have been seen as unreliable subjective measures of academic knowledge, since grades and standardized tests have traditionally correlated at about the 0.5 to 0.6Expand
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Predicting College Enrollment from Student Interaction with an Intelligent Tutoring System in Middle School
We predict college attendance for middle school students using the ASSISTment system in New England, producing detection that is both successful and potentially more actionable than previous approaches. Expand
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A Century of Grading Research
Grading refers to the symbols assigned to individual pieces of student work or to composite measures of student performance on report cards. This review of over 100 years of research on gradingExpand
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