Navajo Nation Brain Drain: An Exploration Of Returning College Graduates’ Perspectives, 2017 Brigham Young University
Navajo Nation Brain Drain: An Exploration Of Returning College Graduates’ Perspectives, Quintina Ava Bearchief-Adolpho, Aaron P. Jackson, Steven A. Smith, Moroni T. Benally
The International Indigenous Policy Journal
American Indian tribes face the phenomenon known across the world as the brain drain. They invest millions of dollars in educating their members only to have little return on their investment. Many nation members leave reservations to get postsecondary education but never return. Those who get education off the reservation and choose to return are the exception to this rule. Although there is an abundance of literature regarding brain drain across the world, there has been little research done with American Indians. In order to begin to understand the brain drain phenomenon, this study analyzed unstructured qualitative interviews with 17 ...
Mass Media Created Stereotypes: Influence On Student Learning, 2017 University of Dayton
Mass Media Created Stereotypes: Influence On Student Learning, Nasser Razek, Ghada M. Awad
The purpose of this qualitative study is to examine the case of Saudi students at Riversdale State University (a pseudonym) with regard to the influence of the stereotype threat (McGlone & Aronson, 2007) created by TV and newspaper coverage when presenting images of Saudi Arabia, the Arab world, or the Muslim world. The study also aims at revealing the effects that the perception of the aforementioned stereotype can have on the academic success, social integration, and persistence of Saudi students. The research follows the qualitative approach to reveal the human aspects of the case and the degree of intensity that these ...
Sector Agnosticism And The Coming Transformation Of Education Law, 2017 Notre Dame Law School
Sector Agnosticism And The Coming Transformation Of Education Law, Nicole Stelle Garnett
Over the past two decades, the landscape of elementary and secondary education in the United States has shifted dramatically, due to the emergence and expansion of privately provided, but publicly funded, schooling options (including both charter schools and private-school choice devices like vouchers, tax credits and educational savings accounts). This transformation in the delivery of K12 education is the result of a confluence of factors—discussed in detail below—that increasingly lead education reformers to support efforts to increase the number of high quality schools serving disadvantaged students across all three educational sectors, instead of focusing exclusively on reforming urban ...
Diversity: Is It Worth It?, 2017 Claremont McKenna College
Diversity: Is It Worth It?, Christopher Jackson
CMC Senior Theses
This paper takes a dive into understanding if funding extra diversity initiatives at Claremont McKenna College currently spurred on by students are worth the cost to the institution. Resources like that of Claremont McKenna’s C.A.R.E. Center (Civility, Access, Resources, and Expression) and funding for representative student organizations place large pressures on the institution’s available budget and there is not much proof that they will pay off in the long-run. In this paper, financial costs for supporting diverse students on campus are aggregated and compared to the possible financial benefits that may come of their consequential ...
Show Me The Money: Federal R&D Support For Academic Chemistry, 1990–2009, 2016 Iowa State University and NBER
Show Me The Money: Federal R&D Support For Academic Chemistry, 1990–2009, Joshua L. Rosenbloom, Donna K. Ginther
Economics Working Papers
We examine the distribution of Federal support for chemistry Research and Development (R&D) performed at U.S. universities from 1990-2009. Federal R&D funding is an essential source of funds for investigator-driven research at the nation’s universities. Previous studies have documented that aggregated federal R&D funding has become more dispersed over time and attributed this to political pressure to spread resources more evenly. There have, however, been few studies of the allocation of funds within narrowly defined scientific disciplines. By narrowing the focus and exploiting the panel nature of our data we are better able to analyze ...
The Immigrants In The Central Coast Of California Need Motivation To Attend Classes And Learn English As Their Second Language, 2016 University of San Francisco
The Immigrants In The Central Coast Of California Need Motivation To Attend Classes And Learn English As Their Second Language, Martin Rodriguez-Juarez
This field project shows that the immigrant community that works in the fields from the Central Coast of California need the motivation to attend adult school to learn English as their second language. A six-week courses is included.
Community College Alumni Engagement: Exploring The Relationship Of Social Media To Alumni Giving, 2016 Liberty University
Community College Alumni Engagement: Exploring The Relationship Of Social Media To Alumni Giving, Amy Hall
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
Community colleges have begun to rely more heavily on private funding sources like alumni donations to support their overall fiscal health. This correlational study tested the theory of planned behavior as it relates to level of engagement through social media for community college alumni and alumni giving behavior for Virginia’s community colleges. More specifically, it attempted to determine whether a relationship exists between alumni use of their alma mater’s Facebook page and engagement behaviors. Survey data were gathered from participating colleges and from a randomly drawn sample of alumni of Virginia’s 23 community colleges (N=4,100 ...
Introduction: Reframing The Inequality Debate Toward Opportunity And Mobility, 2016 CUNY City College
Introduction: Reframing The Inequality Debate Toward Opportunity And Mobility, Norman Eng, Allan Ornstein
Publications and Research
No abstract provided.
What Are The Best Universities In The Nation, And Why?, 2016 Iowa State University
What Are The Best Universities In The Nation, And Why?, Taylor Finn
Honors Projects and Posters
This project is an economists approach to ranking universities in the United States. The goal of this research was twofold. First, I aimed to assign a market based quality measure to 950 universities. This was accomplished by using NACE data from 2013 to calculate a weighted average of salaries for each university. This is what graduates should receive on average after graduation. We then used PayScale data from 2013 to find out what graduates from each university actually made. The difference between what they should receive and actually receive equals the quality value. Second, I analyzed how specific university attributes ...
Open Education At Unh, 2016 University of New Hampshire - Main Campus
Open Education At Unh, Daniel Carchidi, Eleta Exline, Catherine Overson
Open Access Week
Last year UNH faculty helped save students nearly $150,000 by assigning Open Educational Resources in place of expensive textbooks. Find out more about this exciting project!
Evaluating The Impact Of State Funding Vehicles Of Appropriations And Financial Aid On Graduation Rates At Public Institutions: A Multilevel Analysis, Tara Abbott
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
Guided by a theoretical framework derived from principal-agent models, persistence theories or college impact models, and microeconomic theory, the present study utilized multilevel modeling techniques to assess the correlation between state higher education funding vehicles of appropriations, need-based financial aid, and merit-based financial aid and graduation rates after controlling for known covariates at the institution and state levels. The present study also evaluated the correlation between funding vehicles and minority student graduation rates as well as determined if funding vehicles impact institutions with greater percentages of minority students differently than those with a less diverse student population. The present study ...
Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 1 (2016), 2016 CUNY Graduate Center
Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 1 (2016), Advocate
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- The Difficulty of Making a Voting Decision. (p. 3)
- Freedom of Expression Under Threat at CUNY, Again. (p.8)
- Where is the Money Going? Janet Werther (p. 12)
- Jon-Christian Suggs Memorial. James de Jongh (p. 18)
- Stranger in my Skin: Racial (un)belonging in the U.S. Tommy Chung (p. 22)
- Amy Ashwood Garvey: A Bibliographic Essay. Rhone Fraser (p. 30)
- Donald Trump and the Death Rattle of Liberal Civility. Asher Wycoff (p. 36)
- The Fetish of the Mourning Other Review of Taryn Simon’s An Occupation of Loss. Sarah ...
Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 2 (2016), 2016 CUNY Graduate Center
Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 2 (2016), Advocate
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- Trump, Brexit, and the Abject Poverty of Liberalism. Gordon Barnes (p. 3)
- Demonetization in India: The Political Economy of Waiting Time. Bhargav Rani (p. 26)
- The Dark Side of the American Revolution: A Review of Robert Parkinson’s “The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution.” Evan Turiano (p. 36)
- Writing Resistance in the Age of Survaillance: A Comparative Review of Steven Salaita’s “Uncivil Rites” and Moustafa Bayoumi’s “This Muslim American Life.” Erik Wallenberg (p. 41)
Membuat Kuesioner, 2016 university pgri adi buana
Membuat Kuesioner, Priyono Priyono
priyono iyon priyono management
Salah satu instrumen pengumpul data dalam penelitian adalah kuesioner, atau disebut juga daftar pertanyaan (terstruktur). Kuesioner ini biasanya berkaitan erat dengan masalah penelitian, atau juga hipotesis penelitian yang dirumuskan. Disebut juga dengan istilah pedoman wawancara (interview schedule), namun kita akan menggunakan istilah generiknya yaitu kuesioner
An Analysis Of The Connection Between Workforce Development And Higher Education Within State Policy And The Sharing Of Best Practices, Arthur C. Evans Iii
South Florida Education Research Conference
Workforce development policy is a major cornerstone for many governments. The success can be linked to educational programs that support the training of the workforce. Sharing of best practices among higher education institutions supporting workforce development can help newer institutions and support regional workforce development goals.
Rethinking Apprenticeship Training For The Construction Industry In Ireland, 2016 Dublin Institute of Technology
Rethinking Apprenticeship Training For The Construction Industry In Ireland, Eoghan Ó Murchadha, Roisin Murphy
The construction industry is of strategic importance to any economy, as it delivers the building and infrastructural needs of society; it is also a major provider of employment. The over-reliance on construction was a contributing factor to the collapse of the Irish economy and employment in construction fell to under 50% of its 2007 peak as a consequence. The decline devastated apprentice training with a reduction in excess of 90% of new registrations of construction apprentices at the lowest point. The implication of this to the industry is disquieting, given the crucial role apprenticeships play in the sector. The Irish ...
The Bubble Bursts: The 2015 Opt-Out Movement In New Jersey, 2016 University of Pennsylvania
The Bubble Bursts: The 2015 Opt-Out Movement In New Jersey, Jonathan A. Supovitz, Francine Stephens, Julie Kubelka, Patrick Mcguinn, Hannah Ingersoll
CPRE Working Papers
The Bubble Bursts: The 2015 Opt-Out Movement in New Jersey analyzes the scope, factors, and context of the opt-out movement that occurred in New Jersey in the spring of 2015. Using test participation data released in February 2016 by the New Jersey Department of Education, we found that approximately 135,000 students did not take the state assessment in the spring of 2015. Depending on how it was calculated, this represented between 11-19% of the population of students eligible for testing in grades 3 to 11 in the state. There was also a positive correlation between higher district opt-out rates ...
Pennsylvania School Tax Burden, 2016 University of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania School Tax Burden, Gregory J. Collins
CPRE Policy Briefs
PA Act 35 was signed into law on June 1, 2016. The act amended the state public school code, including the creation of a school funding formula. In this policy brief, Pennsylvania School Tax Burden, Gregory Collins examines how the new formula directs state basic education funding, how it is allocated to local school districts based on need, its ability to pay, and the local school tax effort. Pennsylvania School Tax Burden examines the claim that differences exist in local school tax burdens across Pennsylvania's 500 districts.
A National Bilingual Education Policy For The Economic And Academic Empowerment Of Youth In St. Lucia, West Indies, 2016 SIT Graduate Institute
A National Bilingual Education Policy For The Economic And Academic Empowerment Of Youth In St. Lucia, West Indies, Gabriella Bellegarde
This campaign portfolio argues the case for a national bilingual education policy on the island of St. Lucia, where youth speak both St Lucian Creole and St. Lucian standard English. The portfolio consists of a policy paper and brief, an advocacy plan, a communications plan, monitoring and evaluation plan. The Bilingual Education Taskforce (BET), made up of teachers, parents and principals, is an advocacy organization that discovered the need for a bilingual education intervention when they observed, assessed and analyzed the written work of struggling readers at their school, the Anse la Raye Infant School on the west coast of ...
Institutional Expenditures And State Economic Factors Influencing 2012-2014 Public University Graduation Rates, 2016 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Institutional Expenditures And State Economic Factors Influencing 2012-2014 Public University Graduation Rates, Brian Todd Hester
American higher education has seen public postsecondary funding sharply decline over the past couple of decades and has now fallen behind other countries in being the world leader in college degree production. Many U.S. states have begun to place more accountability on their public institutions to prove they are using appropriations as effectively and efficiently as possible. State financial support is increasingly being appropriated on the basis of performance – i.e. student outcomes, primarily measured by student graduation rates. The better an institution can use its financial resources to increase its graduation rates, the more state financial support it ...