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scholar.colorado.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1077&context=educ_gradetds

Jan 1, 2016 ... Allison Atteberry, Ph.D. .... The Chavez Focal Student Context: the Lone Rangers vs. the Connected Ones. School-Wide College ..... Perna et al., 2008). To ensure that students still receive some form of college counseling, schools have begun partnering with specific college linking programs such as.

journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1538192715627192

Feb 9, 2016 ... This study explores the influence high-stakes testing has on Latina/o student aspirations and subsequent college enrollment. It quantitatively examines the critical juncture of high school exit and college entry at a school district serving a predominately Latino population. Findings confirm a strong correlation ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/33304/et-cetera-vs-et-al

I would say there is a definite distinction between the two, in definition and in proper usage. Et cetera, often shortened to etc., means literally 'and the rest'. Et alii, often shortened to et al., means 'and others' and can be thought of as a specific case of et cetera when the 'rest' refers to a list of persons.

web-app.usc.edu/web/rossier/publications/219/MassePerezPosselt_2010_EEE.pdf

Aug 5, 2010 ... MASS É ET AL. factors. She found that students' habitus did not substantively change as they left high school and entered college, even as race and class took on different meanings and salience. Urrieta (2007) views habitus as more malleable and school structures as potentially facilitating social mobility ...

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when the tests underestimate students' actual academic knowledge” (Rumberger & Gandara, 2004) if they would take language ... unsurprisingly, exacerbated already dismal dropout rates” in California” (Reardon et al., 2009). ...... Common assumptions vs. the evidence: English language learners in the United States.

blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2011/02/et-al-when-and-how.html

Feb 4, 2011 ... Writers sometimes use the surname of the first author followed by et al. at the first mention of a work that has three, four, or five authors. Only when a work has six or more authors should the first in-text citation consist of the first author followed by et al. With five or fewer authors, all the author surnames ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4205292

Oct 16, 2014 ... Hypo-fractionated SBRT was practiced in patients, who had received palliative chemotherapy prior to SBRT less frequently (17% vs 61%; p < 0.001) and ... Indeed, OS is short in unselected patients treated with conventional radiotherapy for painful vertebral metastases: Mizimoto et al. reported a median OS ...

www.heritage.org/education/report/academic-success-begins-home-how-children-can-succeed-school

Social science research demonstrates a strong link between theintact family structure, parental involvement, and educationaloutcomes, from school readiness to college completion. The intactfamily has eroded dramatically over the last four decades withsignificant implications for children's well-being.

www.grammarly.com/blog/et-al

Even if you don't speak Latin, you should know the two meanings of et al. Learn what et al. is, how to use it, and what mistakes to avoid.