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Advances in Multilevel Modeling for Educational Research: Addressing Practical Issues Found in Real-World Applications


reviewed by Manuel S. Gonzȧlez Canchė ó February 21, 2017

coverTitle: Advances in Multilevel Modeling for Educational Research: Addressing Practical Issues Found in Real-World Applications
Author(s): Jeffrey R. Harring, Laura M. Stapleton, & S. Natasha Beretvas (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681233282, Pages: 414, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 21, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21835, Date Accessed: 10/19/2017 7:46:12 PM

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  • Manuel Gonzȧlez Canchė
    University of Georgia
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    MANUEL S. GONZALEZ CANCHE in an assistant professor of higher education and the 2016-2017 recipient of the Association for the Study of Higher Educationís Promising Scholar/Early Career Award. He joined the faculty of the Institute of Higher Education in 2012, immediately after graduating from the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona with cognates in Bio-statistics and Economics. His research follows two different, yet interconnected paths. The first can be broadly classified into issues of access, persistence, and success, with emphasis on institutional sector effects on studentís outcomes. The second focuses on higher education finance, with emphasis on spatial modeling and student college choice and migration. His research employs quasi-experimental, spatial econometric, and data-visualization methods, including geographical information systems, representation of real-world networks, and text mining techniques. In related work, he aims to harness the mathematical power of network analysis to find structure in written content and is proposing an analytic method (Network Analysis of Qualitative Data) that blends quantitative, mathematical, and qualitative principles to analyze text data Ė an approach yet to be broadly implemented in education research. As a first-generation college student and graduate himself, Gonzalez Canche has a special research interest in factors and policies enhancing underrepresented studentsí opportunities for educational success. His findings challenge traditional ideas about the negative impacts of community college enrollment on subsequent educational attainments. He has secured funding for research from the Spencer Foundation, the American Education Research Association/National Science Foundation, the Association for Institutional Research and the Institute of Education Sciences.
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