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Evaluation of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program: Features of schools in DC.

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A disciplinary teaching and learning center: Applying pedagogical content knowledge to faculty development.

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Applying to the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program: How do parents rate their children's current schools at time of application and what do they want in new schools?.

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Intervention for first graders with limited number knowledge: Large-scale replication of a randomized controlled trial.

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Public-use data files and documentation (FRSS 106): School Safety and Discipline: 2013-14.

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Independent association of postdoctoral training with subsequent careers in cancer prevention.

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The challenges of advancing fiscal equity in a resource-strained context.

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Alumni perspectives on career preparation during a postdoctoral training program: A qualitative study.

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The call to transform postsecondary STEM educational practices and institutional policies.

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Computation of maximum likelihood estimates for multiresponse generalized linear mixed models with non-nested, correlated random effects.

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