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Developmental Education Reform and the Racial/Ethnic Achievement Gap: The Case of First-Semester Gateway Course Passing Rates When Florida Made Developmental Education Optional


by Toby J Park, Chenoa S. Woods, Shouping Hu, Tamara Bertrand Jones, Oguzcan Cig & David A. Tandberg - 2018


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 12, 2018, p. 1-24
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22506, Date Accessed: 12/7/2019 7:19:02 PM
 
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  • Toby Park
    Florida State University
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    TOBY J PARK is associate director of the Center for Postsecondary Success and assistant professor of education policy at Florida State University. His primary research utilizes quasi-experimental methods and large statewide data sets to investigate student outcomes in postsecondary education and explore potential policy initiatives that could improve student success. His recent publications have appeared in Research in Higher Education and the Journal of Higher Education.
  • Chenoa Woods
    Florida State University
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    CHENOA S. WOODS is a research faculty member at the Center for Postsecondary Success at Florida State University. Her research interests focus on equity issues related to college access and success. Her recent publications include work on high school college-going culture and scaffolding educational experiences for at-risk college students.
  • Shouping Hu
    Florida State University
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    SHOUPING HU is the founding director of the Center for Postsecondary Success and the Louis W. and Elizabeth N. Bender endowed professor of higher education at Florida State University. His research interests include student postsecondary readiness, outcomes, and success and public policy. His recent publications include a number of research papers and journal articles related to developmental education reform in Florida, as well as a series of studies investigating the impact of Florida’s lottery-funded merit aid program.
  • Tamara Bertrand Jones
    Florida State University
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    TAMARA BERTRAND JONES is associate director of the Center for Postsecondary Success and associate professor of higher education at Florida State University. Her research uses culturally responsive frameworks to examine the sociocultural contexts of evaluation and education for underrepresented populations in academia. Her recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Higher Education and New Directions for Evaluation.
  • Oguzcan Cig
    Florida State University
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    OGUZCAN CIG is a researcher in the Office of Quality Assurance and Reporting and an adjunct instructor in Educational Leadership and Policy program. His research interests include early cognitive development, teacher education, and racial and ethnic disparities in education. His recent publications include articles in Research in Special Education Needs and Computers in Human Behavior.
  • David Tandberg
    State Higher Education Executive Officers Organization
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    DAVID TANDBERG is principal policy analysist with the State Higher Education Executive Officers Organization and formerly associate professor of higher education at Florida State University. His research interests center on state higher education policy, politics, and finance. His recent publications include an article on how the relationship between the governor and the state higher education officer shapes financial support for higher education, appearing in the Journal of Higher Education.
 
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