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The influence of family background on educational

Details: N2 - It has been well documented that East Asian students in primary and secondary education academically outperform their Western counterparts. One prominent explanation points to the role of culture. This study explores the cultural explanation from a comparative perspective.

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STEM Education — Princeton University

Details: Improving science, technology, engineering, andmathematics (STEM) education, especially for traditionally disadvantaged groups, iswidely recognized as pivotal to the United States's long-term economic growth and security. In this article, we review and discuss current research on STEM education in the United States, drawing on recent research

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IBEX education and public outreach — Princeton University

Details: The IBEX mission includes a comprehensive Education and Public Outreach (E/PO) program that develops programs and products in exciting themes from astronomy and space physics. With the active involvement of the Principal Investigator and several science team partners, it is overseen and implemented by the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum.

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The implications of changing education distributions for

Details: In Finland, these distribution-adjusted education differentials in life expectancy between the top and bottom education quintiles have increased by two years for men, and remained stable for women between 1971 and 2010. Similar distribution-adjusted estimates for the U.S. suggest that educational disparities in life expectancy increased by 3.3

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Mother's education and the intergenerational transmission

Details: We examine the effect of maternal education on birth outcomes using Vital Statistics Natality data for 1970 to 1999. We also assess the importance of four channels through which maternal education may improve birth outcomes: use of prenatal care, smoking, marriage, and fertility.

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Does sex education before college protect students from

Details: Receipt of school-based sex education promoting refusal skills before age 18 was an independent protective factor; abstinence-only instruction was not. In the ethnographic interviews, students reported variable experiences with sex education before college; many reported it was awkward and poorly delivered.

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Do two-year colleges increase overall educational

Details: I find that the composition and cost of higher education in a state affect the enrollment decisions of individuals in that state. Further, attending a two-year rather than a four-year college may lower the educational attainment of some students, but more students will benefit from the community college alternative.

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Social inequality in child educational development in

Details: Abstract. Nearly all past studies on educational inequality have examined the relationship between family and children’s educational achievement in western countries. Very few have examined this question in other social contexts, such as China. This article investigates differences in factors that influence children’s development between

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Structural art in design and education: The billington

Details: Abel, JF & Garlock, MEM 2020, ' Structural art in design and education: The billington legacy preface ', Journal of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, vol. 61, no. 1, …

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Educational differences in divorce in Japan — Princeton

Details: Analyses of the panel data provided some support for hypotheses that focused on the role of economic strain and on cultural values regarding reputation or "face," but they also showed that the negative relationship between education and divorce remained strong even after controlling for a range of posited correlates.

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What money doesn't buy: Class resources and children's

Details: We find that, above and beyond these factors, maternal education has a consistently large effect on the outcomes we study. We discuss the plausibility of a cultural interpretation of this result, as well as alternative interpretations.", author = "Weininger, …

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Education policy and intergenerational transfers in

Details: Education is funded by parental transfers that supplement grants, loans, and student labor supply. Crowding out of parental transfers by government programs is sizable and cannot be ignored. The current system of federal aid improves long-run welfare by 6 percent. More generous ability-tested grants would increase welfare and dominate both an

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Education, distributive justice, and adverse selection

Details: Assuming first that the set of types is finite, and that help and effort are sufficiently substitutable, we find that individual education investment levels are an increasing function, and help is a decreasing function of talent. Utility levels cannot be equalized because of …

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Capital for college: Parental assets and postsecondary

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Educational expectations of Asian American youths

Details: The study presented here explored three factors that may explain why distinct Asian American groups have higher educational expectations than do whites: favorable socioeconomic and background characteristics, demonstrated academic ability, and parents' high expectations.

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Trends in Education-Specific Life Expectancy, Data Quality

Details: Because of shifting education distributions, within an education-specific synthetic cohort, older age groups are less negatively selected than younger age groups. We could thus expect a greater concentration of mortality at younger ages among people with a high school education or less, which would be reflected in increasing lifespan

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Sibling Similarity in Education Across and Within

Details: The extent to which siblings resemble each other measures the omnibus impact of family background on life chances. We study sibling similarity in cognitive skills, school grades, and educational attainment in Finland, Germany, Norway, …

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Variation in the education gradient of body weight in

Details: For women, the education gradient in body weight shifted from being positive to being negative over time for China as a whole, as well as across regions with different levels of economic development. In contrast, for men, higher education remained consistently associated with higher body weight over the 18-year period studied in China as a

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Paying for performance: The education impacts of a

Details: T2 - The education impacts of a community college scholarship program for low-income adults. AU - Barrow, Lisa. AU - Richburg-Hayes, Lashawn. AU - Rouse, Cecilia Elena. AU - Brock, Thomas. PY - 2014/7. Y1 - 2014/7

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Christopher M. Moretti — Princeton University

Details: Nailing the TA interview: Using a rubric to hire teaching assistants Leyzberg, D. N., Lumbroso, J. & Moretti, C. M., Jun 28 2017, ITiCSE 2017 - Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education. Association for Computing Machinery, p. 128-133 6 p. (Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer …

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The economics of education and policy: Ideas for a

Details: There are many aspects of the “economics of education” that would make excellent examples for introductory economics students. The author presents two topics that are central to the economics of education and to human capital theory: the economic benefit (or “returns”) to schooling and educational attainment as an investment.

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Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education

Details: Civil & Environmental Engineering. Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education. Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials. Person. 1999 2021. Research activity per year: Research output 1999: 3, Research output 2000: 3, Research output 2001: 2, Research output 2002: 4, Research output 2003: 3, Research output

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Democratization or diversion

Details: The results suggest that two-year college students diverted from a four-year college complete fewer years of education. Overall, however, community colleges appear to increase total years of schooling but do not appear to change the likelihood of attaining a bachelor’s degree.

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How social-class stereotypes maintain inequality

Details: Social class stereotypes support inequality through various routes: ambivalent content, early appearance in children, achievement consequences, institutionalization in education, appearance in cross-class social encounters, and prevalence in the most unequal societies. Class-stereotype content is ambivalent, describing lower-SES people both

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Corruption, Attitudes, and Education: Survey Evidence from

Details: Education consistently emerged as the primary determinant of these attitudes, with more educated respondents showing less accepting attitudes across the range of corrupt behaviors. These findings suggest that improving access to education in developing countries may reduce the presence of corruption norms and ultimately corruption itself

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Teachers Are People Too: Examining the Racial Bias of

Details: teacher education/development; Access to Document. 10.3102/0013189X20912758. Other files and links. Link to publication in Scopus. Link to the citations in Scopus. Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'Teachers Are People Too: Examining the Racial Bias of Teachers Compared to Other American Adults'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

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Who benefits most from college

Details: In this article, we consider how the economic return to a college education varies across members of the U.S. population. Based on principles of comparative advantage, scholars commonly presume that positive selection is at work, that is, individuals who are most likely to select into college also benefit most from college.

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A Joint Learning and Communications Framework for

Details: N1 - Funding Information: This work was supported in part by the Key Area Research and Development Program of Guangdong Province under Grant 2018B030338001, the Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant NSFC-61629101 and Grant 61671086, the Guangdong Research Project under Grant 2017ZT07X152, the Beijing Natural Science Foundation and

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Personalizing robot tutors to individuals' learning

Details: In education research, there is a widely-cited result called "Bloom's two sigma" that characterizes the differences in learning outcomes between students who receive one-on-one tutoring and those who receive traditional classroom instruction [1].

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Parental divorce is not uniformly disruptive to children’s

Details: N2 - Children whose parents divorce tend to have worse educational outcomes than children whose parents stay married. However, not all children respond identically to their parents divorcing. We focus on how the impact of parental divorce on children’s education varies by how likely or unlikely divorce was for those parents.

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Genetic variants linked to education predict longevity

Details: R. E. Marioni, S. J. Ritchie, P. K. Joshi, S. P. Hagenaars, A. Okbay, K. Fischer, M. J. Adams, W. D. Hill, G. Davies, R. Nagy, C. Amador, K. Läll, A. Metspalu, D. C

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Mapping the Landscape of Peer Review in Computing

Details: Peer review is a mainstay of academic publication - indeed, it is the peer-review process that provides much of the publications' credibility. As the number of computing education conferences and the number of submissions increase, the need for reviewers grows.

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Education: Teaching-oriented faculty at research

Details: Education: Teaching-oriented faculty at research universities Steve Wolfman, Owen Astrachan, Mike Clancy, Kurt Eiselt, Jeffrey Forbes, Diana Franklin, David Kay, Mike Scott, Kevin Wayne Computer Science

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Open-ended assignments and student responsibility

Details: An inquiry-based laboratory course was created in an effort to increase student responsibility in learning and to improve teaching in areas related to molecular medicine.

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Introductory programming: A systematic literature review

Details: Abstract. As computing becomes a mainstream discipline embedded in the school curriculum and acts as an enabler for an increasing range of academic disciplines in higher education, the literature on introductory programming is growing. Although there have been several reviews that focus on specific aspects of introductory programming, there has

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Quintessentially billington: The evolution of structural

Details: Garlock, M. E. M., Adriaenssens, S., & Glisic, B. (2019). Quintessentially billington: The evolution of structural art teaching at Princeton.In C. Lazaro, K-U. Bletzinger, & E. Onate (Eds.), IASS Symposium 2019 - 60th Anniversary Symposium of the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures; Structural Membranes 2019 - 9th International Conference on Textile …

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Engineering dynamics: A comprehensive introduction

Details: Engineering Dynamicsspans the full range of mechanics problems, from one-dimensional particle kinematics to three-dimensional rigid-body dynamics, including an introduction to Lagrange's and Kane's methods. It skillfully blends an easy-to-read, conversational style with careful attention to the physics and mathematics of engineering dynamics

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Evaluating the role of Brown v. Board of Education in

Details: The public profile of the Brown v. Board of Education decision tends to overshadow the well-established fact that racial disparities in school resources in the South began narrowing 20 years before the Brown decision and that school desegregation did not begin on a large scale in the Deep South until ten years after the Brown decision.

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Addressing the opioid epidemic: Is there a role for

Details: Additional evidence suggests that some of this gradient represents a causal effect of education rather than patient selection across physicians or physician selection across medical schools. Altering physician education may therefore be a useful policy tool in fighting the current epidemic.

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Improper Gaussian Signaling for D2D Communication

Details: This work was also supported by WASP/NTU grant M4082187 (4080) and Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) Tier 1 (RG16/20), and NTU-WeBank JRI (NWJ-2020-004), and in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation under Grant CCF-1908308. The associate editor coordinating the review of this article and approving it for publication was B. Smida.

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Work, welfare, and single mothers' economic survival

Details: Most welfare recipients want to leave welfare for work. However, most also believe that unless they can lower the costs associated with work or increase their earning power through investments in further education, they will be unable to meet their expenses by working.

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Predicting academic performance: A systematic literature

Details: ITiCSE 2018 Companion - Proceedings Companion of the 23rd Annual ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education. ed. / Bruce Scharlau; Guido Rossling. Association for Computing Machinery, 2018. p. 175-199 (Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE).

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Looking for Alternatives: Challenging Assumptions in

Details: In this article, we argue that, in response to emerging societal, technology, and other global transformations, nine interrelated changes in the landscape of design are having an impact on design education in four principal areas: design practice, …

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DP-GEN: A concurrent learning platform for the generation

Details: In recent years, promising deep learning based interatomic potential energy surface (PES) models have been proposed that can potentially allow us to perform molecular dynamics simulations for large scale systems with quantum accuracy.

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Intelligent Reflecting Surface Assisted Anti-Jamming

Details: This work was supported in part by the National Research Foundation (NRF), Singapore, under Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA), Energy Resilience, under Grant NRF2017EWT-EP003-041 and Grant Singapore NRF2015-NRF-ISF001-2277; in part by the Singapore NRF National Satellite of Excellence, Design Science and Technology for Secure Critical

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Policy Deliberation and Voter Persuasion: Experimental

Details: Keeping the parties' platform fixed, we find that town-hall meetings have a positive effect on parties' vote shares compared to the status quo, in which voters play a passive role. Consistent with the parties' advocacy for underprivileged groups, we observe heterogeneous effects by income, education, and gender.

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Does Use of Emotion Increase Donations and Volunteers for

Details: We differentiate between the institutional fields of nonprofits—for example, arts, education, social welfare—distinguishing nonprofits focused on social bonding from those focused on social problems. We find that expressed positive emotion is often associated with higher donations and volunteers, especially in bonding fields.

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