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Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) Annual Conference

March 16–18, 2017
Washington, DC
What Are the Effects of Year-Round Pell Grants on Short-Term Academic Outcomes and Employment During College?
Layoff, Lemons, and Faculty Quality: Can You Recognize an Effective Adjunct Faculty When You Recruit One?
Presentations at Prior Conferences
Financial Aid, Debt Management, and Socioeconomic Outcomes: Long-Run Effects of the WV PROMISE
College Access and Success for Historically Disadvantaged Populations
A Closer Look at Articulation Agreements: Bilateral Support of the AAS
College Access, Enrollment, and Student Loans
Can High School Transition Courses Help Students Avoid College Remediation?
Do Students Benefit From Going Backward? The Academic and Labor Market Consequences of Four- to Two-Year Transfer
Closing the Gender and Race Gaps in STEM: Does Student-Instructor Demographic Match Matter in College?
Estimating the Effects of High School Transition Courses on College Academic Success: A Regression Discontinuity and Difference-in-Differences Approach
How Should Colleges Implement Modularized Developmental Math Courses? Estimating the Effectiveness of Multi-Module Shell Courses Against Standalone Module Courses
Noncredit Vocational Education in Community Colleges: Students, Enrollment Patterns, and Academic Outcomes
More Credentials, More Pay? The Labor Market Returns to Stackable Credentials in Community Colleges
The Impact of Performance Standards on Pell Students' Academic and Labor Market Outcomes
Assessing the Impact of Pell Grants on Community College Students: Preliminary Evidence
Estimating the Impact of a Developmental Mathematics Redesign: Evidence From an Interrupted Time Series Design
Linking College and Labor Market Datasets for Research On the Labor Market Returns to College
Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirements: Pell Grant Loss Prevalence and Its Impact on Student Outcomes
Examining Wage Trajectories of Community College Students Using a Growth Curve Modeling Approach
Should Community College Students Get an Associate Degree Before Transferring to a Four-Year Institution
Work-Study Employment and Student Outcomes: A Propensity Score Analysis of Heterogeneous Effects