Session 169:
Determinants of College Enrollment and Attainment

Saturday, March 31
12:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Cantor
9th floor

Chair: Stefanie DeLuca, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: Regina Deil-Amen, University of Arizona

  1. Overlapping Disadvantages and the Racial/Ethnic Graduation Gap among Students Attending Selective InstitutionsSigal Alon, Tel Aviv University

  2. Can Educational Policies Affect Student Choices through Increasing Information, Peer Influences, or Both?Jason Fletcher, Yale University

  3. Inequality in Post-Secondary Educational Attainment among Traditional and Non-Traditional High School GraduatesCarolina Milesi, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  4. Peer Social Capital and the Educational Progress of Minority AdolescentsIgor Ryabov, University of Texas at El Paso; Franklin Goza, Bowling Green State University

  5. Work Matters: Consequences of High School Employment on College AttendanceIrina Voloshin, University of Washington; Charles Hirschman, University of Washington

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