Occasional Research Paper Series
The CERL Occasional Research Paper Series is a nonproprietary publication outlet for empirically-based research that is relevant for education policy and practice. The Series is intended as a catalyst for information exchange and discussion among policymakers, educators, education researchers, and interested citizens.
- Do Contextual Effects Bias Kentucky School District Accountability Index Scores?
- Regional disparities in Kentucky Academic Index Scores
- A Spatial Analysis of Contextual Effects on Educational Accountability in Kentucky
- A Test of Three Sociological Explanations of High School Completion
- Homeschooling: An Overview
- The Relationship Between Teachers' Years-of-Teaching Experience and Students' Mathematics Achievement
- Proximal Factors Predicting Student Preformance in a Self-Paced College Psychology Course
- Expenditure Streams and School Improvement in Kentucky: Does Money Matter?
- The Effects of Rural High School On Attending College and Earning A Bachelor’s Degree?
- Online Vs. Face-To-Face Instruction: Similarities, Differences, And Efficacy
- The Effects of School Location on Math and Science Achievement Trends: A Primer on Growth Modeling in Education Policy Research
- The Gender Gap in NAEP Fourth-, Eighth-, and Twelfth-Grade Reading Scores Across the Years 1992-2003
- Parent Resources and High School Quality in the Context of the Rural Gap in Postsecondary Educational Attainment
- The State of Hispanic Education in Kentucky School Districts
- "More Real and Less Factual:" Teacher Decision-Making About Place-Based Topics in Rural Secondary Classrooms
- Social Class and the College Experience of Students in Kentucky: An Exploratory Study
- A Demonstration of 'Regression Toward the Mean'