Advanced Placement: Do state policies matter?
Advanced Placement Expansion of the 1990s: How Did Tradition...
To provide a “thorough analysis of the extent to which the recent expansion of the AP program benefitted the traditionally underserved groups of rural, low income, black and Hispanic students.”
NOTES FROM ECS: Demonstrates the need for improved "pipelines" and support systems that prepare and encourage greater numbers of low-income and minority students to take advanced coursework.
High School; High School--Advanced Placement; Curriculum
Texas Christian University
Education Policy Analysis Archives, vol. 12, no. 68
All school types (most low-income, least low-income, rural, non-rural, most Hispanic, least Hispanic, most Black, least Black) saw an increase in availability of AP courses between 1994 and 2000, in terms of both the percent of scho...
The Impact of Dual Enrollment on College Degree Attainment: ...
To examine the influence of dual enrollment on college degree attainment and whether these influences equally benefit all students or only high-SES students.
High School--Dual/Concurrent Enrollment; P-16 or P-20
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Dual enrollment positively influences college degree attainment, even after...