Other publications authored by WCER researchers include:
"Testing Benefits," Mariana Castro, Language Magazine, 2016.
“Aid After Enrollment: Impacts of a Statewide Grant Program at Public Two-year Colleges,” Drew M. Anderson and Sara Goldrick-Rab, August 2016.
“The Wisconsin Grant: Overview and Recommendations for Evaluation,” Drew M. Anderson & Sara Goldrick-Rab, January 2016.
“Frequently Asked Questions About President Obama’s Free Community College Proposal,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Wisconsin Hope Lab Policy Brief, 2015.
“Information, Accountability, and College Costs: The Need for Standardized Living Cost Calculations in Higher Education,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Robert Kelchen and Braden Hosch, Wisconsin Hope Lab Policy Brief 15-01, 2015.
The Community College Effect Revisited: The Importance of Attending to Heterogeneity and Complex Counterfactuals, Jennie E. Brand, Fabian T. Pfeffer and Sara Goldrick-Rab, California Center for Population Research On-Line Working Paper Series, 2014.
“Single Stop USA’s Community College Initiative: Implementation Assessment,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Katharine Broton, Victoria M. Frank, WisconsinHOPE Lab, 2014.
“Redefining College Affordability: Securing America’s future with a Free Two-Year College Option,” Sara Goldrick-Rab and Nancy Kendall, WisconsinHOPE Lab, 2014.
“In a Data Dilemma? A Series of Data Sets and Inquiry Tools that Furthers Great Lakes Literacy,” Ann Marshall, Elizabeth LaPorte, Sandra Rutherford and Rochelle Sturtevant, The Earth Scientist, 2013.
“AutoMentor: Artificial Intelligent Mentor in Educational Game,” Jin Wang, Haiying Li, Zhiqiang Cai, Fazel Keshtkar, Art Graesser and David Williamson Shaffer, presentation at International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7926, edited by H.C. Lane, K. Yacef, J. Mostow, Pavlik P. (eds) 2013.
“Educational Inequality in the Wake of No Child Left Behind,” Adam Gamoran, lecture to the Association for Public Policy Management, 2013.
“Toward a “Common Definition of English Learner”: Guidance for States and State Assessment Consortia in Defining and Addressing Policy and Technical Issues and Options,” Robert Linquanti and H. Gary Cook, Council of Chief State School Officers, 2013.
“Toward a “Common Definition of English Learner”: A Brief Defining Policy and Technical Issues and Opportunities for State Assessment Consortia,” Robert Linquanti and H. Gary Cook, Report by Council of Chief State School Officers, 2013.
“Report on Composition of Ideal First-Year Class at the University of Wisconsin-Madison,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013.
"Clearing the Path to a Brighter Future: Addressing Barriers to Community College Access and Success,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Katharine Broton and Christin Gates, Association of Community College Trustees and Single Stop USA, 2013.
“Housing Instability and College Students,” Sara Goldrick-Rab and Katharine Broton, Scholars Strategy Network, 2013.
“No Money Left Behind: Loan Aversion and College Success among Pell Recipients,” Sara Goldrick-Rab and Robert Kelchen, Strategy Labs, 2013.
“Increasing the Impact of Student Financial Aid: Three Recommendations for Financial Aid Administrators,” Sara Goldrick-Rab, Strategy Labs, 2013.
“Rising STEM Occupational Demands and Low African American Participation in Arizona’s Scientific Workforce: Do Attitudes Toward STEM College Majors and Careers Matter?,” Jerlando Jackson, L.J. Charleston, C. W. Lewis, J.E. Gilbert, and L.P. Middleton, in The State of Black Arizona, volume III, 2012.
“Exploring Faculty Decision-Making Processes for Using Instructional Technology in the Classroom: Implications for Policy and Practice,” Matthew Tadashi Hora and Jeremiah Isaac Holden, Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison Policy Brief, 2012.
“Findings from Classroom Observations of 58 Math and Science Faculty,” Matthew T. Hora, Joseph J. Ferrare and Amanda Oleson, Culture, Cognition and Evaluation of STEM Higher Education Reform project, Wisconsin Center for Education research report, supported by the National Science Foundation (Award DRL-0814724), 2012.
“Causal Effects of Social Capital on Child Outcomes,” Ruth N. López Turley, Adam Gamoran, Alyn Turner, and Rachel Fish, paper presented at the Conference of the Research Committee on Social Stratification, 2012.
“Understanding Learning Progressions and Learning Maps to Inform the Development of Assessment for Students in Special Populations,” E. Sato, K. Nagle, R. Cameto, A. Sheinker, D. Lehr, N. Harayama, H. G. Cook, and P. Whetstone, Colloquium on Learning Models, 2012.
“Review of 'Asking Students about Teaching',” Eric M. Camburn, National Education Policy Center, 2012.
“Classroom Assignment Practices in Urban School Districts Using Teacher Level Value-Added Systems,” Sara Kraemer, paper for the Value Added Research Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011.
“Designing Dynamic and Interactive Assessments for English Learners that Directly Measure Targeted Science Constructs,” David Gabel, Catherine Cameron and Rebecca Kopriva, Report published by Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2011.
“Effects of a Multi-Family Intervention on Social Capital and Child Outcomes,” Adam Gamoran, Ruth N. López Turley, Alyn Turner and Rachel Fish,
paper presented to Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2011.
“Scientific Literacy in the Context of Civic Reasoning: An Educational Design Problem,” Sharon Derry and Daniel Zalles, presidential address for the American Educational Research Association, 2011.
“Parent Involvement and Child Development: First-Year Results from a School-Randomized Trial in Latino Communities,” Adam Gamoran, Ruth
López Turley, Alyn Turner, and Rachel Fish, paper presented to Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2010.
“Accountability and Performance in Secondary Education in the Milwaukee Public Schools,” Robert Meyer, Bradley Carl and Huiping Emily Cheng, The Council of the Great City Schools, 2010.
“Supplemental Education Services under No Child Left Behind: Who Signs Up, and What Do they Gain?,” Carolyn J. Heinrich, Robert H. Meyer and Greg Whitten, Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2009.