PUBLICATIONS

Labor Market Returns to Sub-Baccalaureate Credentials
How Much Does a Community College Degree or Certificate Pay?

Dadgar, M., & Trimble, M. (2014). Labor market returns to sub-baccalaureate credentials: How much does a community college degree or certificate pay?. Educational Evaluation And Policy Analysis. doi:10.3102/0162373714553814

Media coverage of this study: American Educational Research Association (AERA)

STUDY

Dadgar, M., Buck, D., & Burdman, P. (2021). Solving for Equity: Design and Implementation of New Postsecondary Math Pathways Berkeley, CA: Just Equations.

Dadgar, M. (2021) Transformational College Redesign: Building Blocks for Institutionalizing Racial Equity  Berkeley, CA: Education Equity Solutions

Xu, Di., & Dadgar, M. (2018). How effective are community college remedial math courses for students with the lowest mathematics skills? Community College Review. 

Dadgar, M., Fischerhall, C., Collins, L., Schaefer, K. (2018) Guided Pathways as a Framework for Integrating Student Success Efforts: A Case Study of Three California Community Colleges. Oakland, CA: Career Ladders Project.

Dadgar, M., Smith-Arillaga, E., Buck, D., Sinclair, B., Fischerhall, C., & Brown, K. (2017). Bringing Student Voices to Guided Pathways Inquiry and Design. Oakland, CA: Career Ladders Project.

Dadgar, M., Nodine, T., Bracco, K., & Venezia, A. (2014). Strategies for integrating student supports and academics. New Directions For Community Colleges, 2014(167), 41-51. doi:10.1002/cc.20109 

Allen, D., & Dadgar, M. (2012). Does dual enrollment increase students’ success in college? Evidence from a quasi-experimental analysis of dual enrollment in New York City. New Directions For Higher Education, 2012(158), 11-19. doi:10.1002/he.20010

Dadgar, M., Venezia, A., Nodine, T., & Bracco, K. R. (2013). Providing structured pathways to guide students toward completion. San Francisco: WestEd.

Dadgar, M., Collins, L., & Schaefer, K. (2015). Placed for success: How California community colleges can improve accuracy of placement in English and math courses, reduce remediation rates, and improve student success. Oakland, CA: Career Ladders Project.

Dadgar, M., Nodine, T., Bracco, K., & Venezia, A. (2014). Strategies for integrating student supports and academics. New Directions for Community Colleges, 2014(167), 41-51. doi:10.1002/cc.20109

Dadgar, M., Nodine, T., Bracco, K. R., and Venezia, A. (2013). Integrating student supports and academics. San Francisco: WestEd.

Nodine, T., Dadgar, M., Venezia, A., & Bracco, K. R. (2013). Acceleration in developmental education. San Francisco: WestEd. 

Bracco, K. R., Dadgar, M., Austin, K., Klarin, B., Broek, M., Finkelstein, N., Mundry, S., & Bugler, D. (2014). Exploring the use of multiple measures for placement into college-level courses: Seeking alternatives or improvements to the use of a single standardized test. San Francisco, CA: WestEd. 

Dadgar, M. (2012).The academic consequences of employment for students enrolled in community college (CCRC Working Paper No. 46). New York, NY: Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University.

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