Author: Riegle-Crumb, Catherine, & Grodsky, Eric

Title: Racial-Ethnic Differences at the Intersection of Math Course-Taking and Achievement

University Affiliation: University of Texas - Austin; University of Minnesota

Email: riegle@austin.utexas.edu

Research Question: The roles of family SES and school composition in explaining why the math achievement gap is most pronounced among those students who take the most demanding HS math classes, especially among low-income Hispanic and segregated Black youth.

Published: Yes

Journal Name or Institutional Affiliation: Sociology of Education

Journal Entry: Vol. 83, Number 3, pp. 248-270

Year: 2010

Findings:

Scholarship Type Journal Article Empirical Research

Keywords: Ethnicity, Math, Race, Segregation, Social Class

Regions National

Methodologies: Quantitative

Research Designs: Survey

Method of Analysis: Multilevel Models

Sampling Frame: Public High Schools

Sample Types: Random

Unit of Analysis: Classroom, School, Student

Data Types: Quantitative-Longitudinal

Data Description:

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