2013 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
His primary areas of investigation include Mathematics education, Academic achievement, Multilevel model, Dropout and Socioeconomic status. His Mathematics education research integrates issues from Pedagogy, Curriculum and Social issues. His research integrates issues of Family income, Cohort study, Harm and Educational attainment in his study of Academic achievement.
Russell W. Rumberger has researched Multilevel model in several fields, including Institutional quality and Grade retention. Among his Dropout studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Social psychology, Sample, School dropout, Parental education and Educational institution. The concepts of his Sample study are interwoven with issues in Secondary education, Developmental psychology and Race.
Russell W. Rumberger focuses on Mathematics education, Academic achievement, Pedagogy, Labour economics and Socioeconomic status. The study incorporates disciplines such as Disadvantaged and Curriculum in addition to Mathematics education. His studies in Academic achievement integrate themes in fields like Comparative education, Higher education, Multilevel model and Educational attainment.
His study in Labour economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Productivity, Underemployment and Job skills. Russell W. Rumberger integrates several fields in his works, including Socioeconomic status, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Demographic economics, Dropout and Publishing. Russell W. Rumberger performs integrative Social psychology and Drop out research in his work.
Mathematics education, Social psychology, Dropout, Demographic economics and Social consequence are his primary areas of study. In his works, Russell W. Rumberger undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mathematics education and Drop out. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Variety, English second language, Empirical research and Extracurricular activity.
Russell W. Rumberger carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Dropout and Actuarial science. His Demographic economics investigation overlaps with other areas such as Statistical analysis and Economic impact analysis. His Social consequence research spans across into fields like Research evidence and Social science.
His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Raising, Secondary level, Charter school and Workforce.
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Dropping Out of Middle School: A Multilevel Analysis of Students and Schools
Russell W. Rumberger.
American Educational Research Journal (1995)
High School Dropouts: A Review of Issues and Evidence
Russell W. Rumberger.
Review of Educational Research (1987)
Dropping Out of High School: The Influence of Race, Sex, and Family Background
Russell W Rumberger.
American Educational Research Journal (1983)
Student Mobility and the Increased Risk of High School Dropout
Russell W. Rumberger;Katherine A. Larson.
American Journal of Education (1998)
Does Segregation Still Matter? The Impact of Student Composition on Academic Achievement in High School
Russell W. Rumberger;Gregory J. Palardy.
Teachers College Record (2005)
How Much Is too Much? The Influence of Preschool Centers on Children's Social and Cognitive Development.
Susanna Loeb;Margaret Bridges;Daphna Bassok;Bruce Fuller.
Economics of Education Review (2007)
Why Students Drop Out of School: A Review of 25 Years of Research
Sun Ah Lim;Russell W. Rumberger.
The distribution of dropout and turnover rates among urban and suburban high schools.
Russell W. Rumberger;Scott L. Thomas.
Sociology Of Education (2000)
English Learners in California Schools: Unequal resources, unequal outcomes
Patricia Gándara;Patricia Gándara;Russell Rumberger;Julie Maxwell-Jolly;Rebecca Marie Callahan.
Education Policy Analysis Archives (2003)
Family Influences on Dropout Behavior in One California High School.
Russell W. Rumberger;Rita Ghatak;Gary Poulos;Philip L. Ritter.
Sociology Of Education (1990)
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