AEFP 45th Annual Conference

Toward a Meaningful Impact through Research, Policy & Practice

March 19-21, 2020

AEFP 45th Annual Conference Program

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Concurrent Session VIII - Friday, March 20, 2020 - 2:45pm to 4:15pm
8.01 - Impacts of Feedback and Evaluation Results on Teacher Practice
Alvin Christian, Brown University. In Search of High-Quality Evaluation Feedback: An Administrator Training Field Experiment. Matthew A. Kraft, Brown University
Lauren Sartain, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Improving Teaching Practice and Student Learning: The Role of Teacher Evaluation. Matthew P. Steinberg, George Mason University
Roddy Theobald, American Institutes for Research. Do Preservice Feedback Interventions Improve Teacher Practice? Evidence from the Massachusetts Candidate Assessment of Performance. James Cowan, American Institutes for Research, Zeyu Jin, American Institutes for Research, Dan Goldhaber, American Institutes for Research
Anna Nicotera, Basis Policy Research. Do Human Capital Management System Supports That Improve the Use of Educator Evaluation Data Increase Student Performance? . Lori Renfro, Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent, Kiel McQueen, Basis Policy Research
8.02 - Navigating the Schooling System - Part 2

Chair: Sarah A. Cordes, Temple University

Samuel J. Kamin, University of Connecticut. You can't always get what you want: Impact of school desirability on academic outcomes
Jeanne Powers, Arizona State University. How Do Immigrant Parents Participate in Public School Choice? Evidence from the 2016 Parent and Family Involvement Survey. Margarita Pivovarova, Arizona State University
Sivan Tuchman, Center on Reinventing Public Education. How Parents Choose: Students with Disabilities in New Orleans. Matthew Larson, Lafayette, Sivan Tuchman, Center on Reinventing Public Education, Jon Valant, Brookings Institution
Sean P. Corcoran, Vanderbilt University. Roads Diverging: Middle School Choice in New York City. Sean P. Corcoran, Vanderbilt University, Lauren Covelli, Vanderbilt University, Jennifer L. Jennings, Princeton University
8.03 - Educational Funding from the Private Sector

Chair: Dave E. Marcotte, American University

Thomas Downes, Tufts University. The Determinants of Family Spending on Academic Tutoring and Other Extracurricular Activities for Children. Kieran Killeen, University of Vermont
Erika Kitzmiller, Barnard College. Relying on Philanthropy to Fund Public Schools: Cleveland, Detroit, and Philadelphia, 1915 – 1935
Dhriti Stocks, University of Texas at Dallas. Tiebout Working Backwards: Towards a Theory of Philanthropic Engagement in Local Communities
Nell Williams, University of Pennsylvania. Schools Just Wanna Have Funds: Evidence on the Distribution of Philanthropic Giving Across and Within Public School Sectors. Haisheng Yang, University of Pennsylvania
8.04 - School Boards & Districts: Resources and Representation

Chair: Marisa Cannata, Vanderbilt University

Brett Fischer, University of Virginia. No Spending Without Representation: School Boards and the Racial Gap in Education Finance
Kylie Anglin, University of Virginia. The Impact of District Autonomy on Student Achievement and Teacher Qualifications. Kylie Anglin, University of Virginia
Sandy Frost Waldron, Michigan State University. Crafting Coherence: Strategic Engagement with District-level School Turnaround. Chris Torres, Michigan State University, Sandy Frost Waldron, Michigan State University, Jason Burns, Michigan State University
8.05 - Labor Market Outcomes

Chair: Lisa Barrow, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Shawn Martin, University of Michigan. How Skills, Majors, and Jobs Relate: Descriptive Evidence from the Universe of Online Job Ads. Shawn Martin, University of Michigan, Kevin Stange, University of Michigan, Steven Hemelt, University of North Carolina, Brad Hershbein, Upjohn Institute
Carolyn J. Heinrich, Vanderbilt University. Does the Labor Market Give Credit for Learning Online? Digital Instruction in High School and Student Post-Secondary and Labor Market Outcomes. Carolyn J. Heinrich, Vanderbilt University
Katharine Meyer, Brown University. Stacking the Deck for Employment Success: Labor Market Returns to Stackable Credentials. Daniel Rodriguez, University of Virginia, Kelli Bird, University of Virginia, Benjamin Castleman, University of Virginia
Lois Miller, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Effects of College Quality: Mechanisms of Earnings Increases. Lois Miller, University of Wisconsin-Madison
8.06 - Pathways through Postsecondary Study: Articulation Agreements, Reverse Transfer, and Student Progress

Chair: Judith Scott-Clayton, Columbia University

Rachel Worsham, North Carolina State University. Early Effects of North Carolina’s Comprehensive Articulation Agreement on Bachelor’s Degree Completion . Melissa Whatley, North Carolina State University, Renee Barger, North Carolina State University, Audrey Jaeger, North Carolina State University
Nicholas Voorhees, University of Florida. Give it a swirl? An examination of the influence of four-year students taking entry-level math courses at the local community college. Justin Ortagus, University of Florida, Erica Marti, University of Nevada
Elizabeth Friedmann, UC Davis. The Effect of California’s Associate Degrees for Transfer on BA Receipt and Efficiency. Rachel Baker, UC Irvine, Elizabeth Friedmann, UC Davis, Michal Kurlaender, UC Davis
Hidahis Mesa, Vanderbilt University. What is the effect of institution-level articulation policies on vertical transfer rates for community college students?. Adela Soliz, Vanderbilt University, Hidahis Mesa, Vanderbilt University
8.07 - The Production of Higher Education: Academic Skills, Instructors, and Performance-Based Aid

Chair: Dennis A Kramer II, University of Florida

Maria Zhu, Syracuse University. Limited Contracts, Limited Quality? Effects of Adjunct Instructors on Student Outcomes
Ishtiaque Fazlul, Georgia State University. College Credit on the Table? Advanced Placement Course and Exam Taking. Jonathan Smith, Georgia State University, Todd Jones, Georgia State University
Jessica S. Goldstein, University of Arkansas. The Effects of the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship on College Outcomes. Jonathan Mills, University of Arkansas, Albert Cheng, Unveristy of Arkansas, Jessica S. Goldstein, University of Arkansas, Collin E. Hitt, Southern Illinois University
8.08 - The Legacy of an Era of State Disinvestment in Postsecondary Education

Chair: Lesley J. Turner, Vanderbilt University

Max Mathias, UC Davis. Students Make Cents: How state cuts to public university funding increase tuition and crowd out resident students
Ozan Jaquette, UCLA. Faculty Hiring at the Out-of-state University. Bradley Curs, University of Missouri
Sophia Laderman, SHEEO/University of Denver. Measuring Publicness in the Era of Postsecondary Disinvestment. Sophia Laderman, SHEEO/University of Denver, Jason Lee, SHEEO, Nick Hillman, University of Wisconsin, David Tandberg, SHEEO, Shouping Hu, Florida State University
Junghee Choi, Penn State University. Declines in State Funding and Curricular Changes in U.S. Higher Education. Junghee Choi, Penn State University
8.09 - Free College, Tuition Price Shocks and Debt

Chair: Kelly Rosinger, Penn State University

Daniel Kreisman, Georgia State University. The Effect of Tuition Price Shocks on Graduation and Earnings. Jonathan Smith, Georgia State University, Jennifer Ma, The College Board, Matea Pender, The College Board
Dubravka Ritter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The Graying of Student Debt. Stephanie Cellini, George Washington University, Rajeev Darolia, University of Kentucky
Austin Lacy, RTI International. Examining State Aid: A Long-Term Assessment of Merit-Based Aid Policies on Student Retention Post-Graduation. Rachel Burns, RTI International
Meredith S. Billings, Sam Houston State University. Promise Program Effects on Institutional Tuition Revenues. Denisa Gandara, Southern Methodist University, Amy Li, University of Northern Colorado, Meredith S. Billings, Sam Houston State University
8.10 - Emerging Policy Issues in Higher Education

Chair: Nicholas Wright, Florida Gulf Coast University

Daniel A. Collier, Upjohn Institute. Exploring the Relationship of Enrollment in IDR to Borrower Demographics and Financial Outcomes. Dan Fitzpatrick, Western Michigan University, Chris Marsicano, Davidson University
Stephen R. Porter, North Carolina State University. Scholarship-based performance funding policies: do they increase faculty productivity?. Charles Mathies, University of Jyväskylä, Stephen R. Porter, North Carolina State University, Paul D. Umbach, North Carolina State University, Mio Takei, The Institute for Statistical Mathematics, Keisuke Honda, The Institute for Statistical Mathematics
Jeremy Wright-Kim, University of Pennsylvania. Another unfunded mandate? Institutional effects of Maryland’s dual enrollment policy. Taylor K. Odle, University of Pennsylvania, Ji Yeon Bae, University of Pennsylvania, Abigail Dym, University of Pennsylvania
8.12 - Pre-Doc Fellows Program: How do I get your job?: Careers in education policy & management