Educational Outcomes among Latino, Immigrant, and Disadvantaged Students Spring 2015 Workshop

The CLRC's Educational Outcomes among Latino, Immigrant, and Disadvantaged Students Research Cluster welcomes faculty, researchers, and graduate students to an informal workshop, during which cluster members will share their work on some of the most pressing issues facing today's students. This conversation takes place on Thursday, June 4, 2015, 1:15-5:00pm, in McHenry Library, Education Room 0292.

May 26, 2015

By , Coordinator, Educational Outcomes among Latino, Immigrant, and Disadvantaged Students Research Cluster 

Workshop Schedule

1:15-1:30
Introductions

1:30-2:15
"Secondary English Learners' Opportunity to Learn:  Access to Core Content, the Full Curriculum, and Higher-Performing Non-EL Peers"
Peggy Estrada, Latin American and Latino Studies Department, UC Santa Cruz

2:15-3:00
"The Dynamics of Chronic Absence and Student Achievement: Evidence from Integrated Longitudinal Data"
Rebecca London, CCREC and Student Success Project, UC Santa Cruz and PPIC

3:00-3:30
Break for Cookies and Coffee

3:30-4:15
"Federal Grant Aid, College Outcomes, and Student Debt:  Evidence from Aging into Independence"
George Bulman, Department of Economics, UC Santa Cruz

4:15-5:00
“The Effects of Attending Colleges That Serve the Underserved”
Jon Smith, College Board and Visitor in Department of Economics, UC Santa Cruz


This workshop is sponsored by the CLRC's Educational Outcomes among Latino, Immigrant, and Disadvantaged Students Research Cluster.