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College Completion, the Texas Way: An Examination of the Development of College Completion Policy in a Distinctive Political Culture


by Denisa Gándara & James C. Hearn - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 1, 2019, p. 1-40
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22490, Date Accessed: 6/25/2019 2:13:10 PM
 
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  • Denisa Gándara
    Southern Methodist University
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    DENISA GÁNDARA is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Southern Methodist University. Her research focuses on higher education policy and politics. Her work examines: (1) the policymaking process, with a focus on evidence use and representation, and (2) the relationship between higher education policies and equity outcomes for students and institutions. Recent publications include Outcomes Based Funding and Race in Higher Education (Palgrave Macmillan) and “Exploring the ‘How’ in Policy Diffusion: National Intermediary Organizations’ Roles in Facilitating the Spread of Performance-Based Funding Policies in the States” in The Journal of Higher Education.
  • James Hearn
    University of Georgia
    JAMES C. HEARN is a Professor in the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia. His research and teaching focus on postsecondary education policy, finance, and organization. In addition to his work on policy development and implementation in state higher education governance, he has recently examined changes in postsecondary education’s faculty workforce and innovation and adaptation in the independent-college sector. Recent publications include “Conceptualizing State Policy Adoption and Diffusion” in Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research and “Mission-Driven Innovation: An Empirical Study of Adaptation and Change among Independent Colleges,” a report for the Council of Independent Colleges.
 
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