We explore how dynamic processes related to
socioeconomic inequality operate to sort students into, and create
stratification among, colleges. We use an agent-based model to simulate a
stylized version of this sorting processes in order to explore how factors
related to family resources...
Few studies have examined the steps to college
enrollment between college aspiration and college enrollment and how these
steps might present a barrier to four-year college enrollment. This study
used data from the Education Longitudinal Study: 2002 and employed a
multivariate random effects...
For many years there has been research on study abroad, student and staff
mobility and international student exchange, however in the last two
decades the volume and scope of this work has increased significantly. By
now there are specific academic journals, a host of new books each...
Since 2001 Colorado, Illinois, and Maine have all
enacted policies that require high school juniors to take college entrance
exams—the SAT or the ACT. One goal of these policies was to increase
college enrollment based on the belief that requiring students to take these
exams would make...