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Do Community College Students Benefit from Federal Work Study Participation?


by Hongwei Yu, Lyle McKinney & Vincent D. Carales - 2020


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 1, 2020, p. 1-36
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23182, Date Accessed: 1/22/2021 11:28:43 AM
 
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  • Hongwei Yu
    Texas State University
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    HONGWEI YU serves as a graduate faculty member at Texas State University. His research interests include student persistence and academic achievement, academic misconduct, and organizational leadership. His research appears in peer-reviewed journals such as Ethics and Behavior and Review of Higher Education.
  • Lyle McKinney
    University of Houston
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    LYLE MCKINNEY is an associate professor in the Higher Education Leadership & Policy Studies program at the University of Houston. His research focuses on improving degree completion rates among community college students. His recent publications include “Giving Up on a Course: An Analysis of Course Dropping Behaviors Among Community College Students,” published in Research in Higher Education, and “Performance-Based Funding for Community Colleges: Are Colleges Disadvantaged by Serving the Most Disadvantaged Students?,” published in The Journal of Higher Education.
  • Vincent Carales
    University of Houston
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    VINCENT D. CARALES is an assistant professor in Higher Education Leadership & Policy Studies at the University of Houston. His research interests center on understanding the experiences and educational outcomes of first-generation, Latino, low-income, and community college students. He is also interested in examining federal, state, and institutional policies related to diversity, equity, and college affordability. His research appears in peer-reviewed journals such as Mentoring & Tutoring, Community College Journal of Research and Practice, and Community College Review.
 
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