Faculty, Doctoral Students, and Alumni Present at Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP)
School of Education faculty, PhD in Education students, and alumni present at the 43rd annual conference of the Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) in Portland, Oregon, March 15-17, 2018. AEFP is a non-profit professional and academic association facilitating communication between and among various organizations and individuals in education finance and policy, including academicians, researchers, policymakers, practitioners, administrators, and teachers.
Presentations are listed alphabetically by title. Click on the title to access available abstracts.
The Effects of Complex Course Requirements on Student Major Choice
Authors: Rachel Baker, Nick Huntington-Klein
The Effects of MOOC Certificates on Hireability: An Experiment
Authors: Mariela J. Rivas, Rachel Baker, Brent Evans
Equity-Oriented Applicants: What do Prospective Teachers say about the Achievement Gap and Does it Make them More Attractive Candidates?
Authors: Emily Penner, Jane Rochmes, Susanna Loeb
Faculty Types in Higher Education: The Impact of Tenure-Track Teaching Professors on Undergraduate Learning and Engagement Outcomes
Authors: Sabrina M. Solanki, Di Xu
Improving Academic Outcomes Through Time Management: A Randomized Control Trial of a Scheduling Intervention to Improve Performance in Online Postsecondary Courses
Authors: Bianca Cung, Qiujie Li, Brent Evans, Rachel Baker
Language and Gender Equity in Online Classrooms
Authors: Lily Fesler, Thomas Dee, Rachel Baker, Brent Evans
A Poor Proxy for Poverty: Administrative Free And Reduced-Price Lunch Data and Household Income
Authors: Thurston Domina, Quentin Brummet, Nikolas Pharris-Ciurej, Andrew Penner, Sonya R. Porter, Emily Penner
Temporary Adjuncts as an Effective Way to Screen for Effective Long-Term Instructions: Are Colleges Retaining the Most Effective Adjuncts?
Authors: Florence Xiatao Ran, Di Xu
Understanding Teachers’ Economic Anxiety in a High Cost Urban District
Authors: Elise Dizon-Ross, Susanna Loeb, Emily Penner, Jane Rochmes
Two School of Education faculty members are chairing presentations.