Rebecca Callahan
Rebecca Callahan
Professor of Educational Leadership & Policy, University of Texas, Austin
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Tracking and high school English learners: Limiting opportunity to learn
RM Callahan
American Educational Research Journal 42 (2), 305-328, 2005
English Learners in California Schools: Unequal resources,'Unequal outcomes
P Gandara, R Rumberger, J Maxwell-Jolly, R Callahan
education policy analysis archives 11, 36, 2003
Academic achievement and course taking among language minority youth in US schools: Effects of ESL placement
R Callahan, L Wilkinson, C Muller
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 32 (1), 84-117, 2010
Disproportionality and learning disabilities: Parsing apart race, socioeconomic status, and language
D Shifrer, C Muller, R Callahan
Journal of learning disabilities 44 (3), 246-257, 2011
The bilingual advantage: Language, literacy and the US labor market
RM Callahan, PC Gándara
Multilingual Matters, 2014
ESL placement and schools: Effects on immigrant achievement
R Callahan, L Wilkinson, C Muller, M Frisco
Educational Policy 23 (2), 355-384, 2009
Linguistic minority students go to college: Preparation, access, and persistence
Y Kanno, L Harklau
Routledge, 2012
Equity or marginalization? The high school course-taking of students labeled with a learning disability
D Shifrer, RM Callahan, C Muller
American Educational Research Journal 50 (4), 656-682, 2013
Equitable access for secondary English learner students: Course taking as evidence of EL program effectiveness
RM Callahan, D Shifrer
Educational Administration Quarterly 52 (3), 463-496, 2016
The English learner dropout dilemma: Multiple risks and multiple resources
RM Callahan
Santa Barbara: California Drop out Research Project. Available at: http …, 2013
The intersection of accountability and language: Can reading intervention replace English language development?
RM Callahan
Bilingual Research Journal 30 (1), 1-21, 2006
Coming of political age: American schools and the civic development of immigrant youth
RM Callahan, C Muller
Russell Sage Foundation, 2013
School Context and the Effect of ESL Placement on Mexican‐Origin Adolescents' Achievement*
R Callahan, L Wilkinson, C Muller
Social Science Quarterly 89 (1), 177-198, 2008
High-quality early education: Age of entry and time in care differences in student outcomes for English-only and dual language learners
N Yazejian, D Bryant, K Freel, M Burchinal
Early childhood research quarterly 32, 23-39, 2015
On nobody’s agenda: Improving English language learners’ access to higher education
RM Callahan, P Gándara
Teaching immigrant and second-language students: Strategies for success, 107-127, 2004
Undermatched? School-based linguistic status, college going, and the immigrant advantage
RM Callahan, MH Humphries
American Educational Research Journal 53 (2), 263-295, 2016
Exploring the Academic Benefits of Friendship Ties for Latino Boys and Girls*
C Riegle‐Crumb, RM Callahan
Social Science Quarterly 90 (3), 611-631, 2009
Preparing for citizenship: Immigrant high school students' curriculum and socialization
RM Callahan, C Muller, KS Schiller
Theory & Research in Social Education 36 (2), 6-31, 2008
Bilinguals in the US and college enrollment
L Santibañez, ME Zárate
The bilingual advantage: Language, literacy, and the US labor market, 211-233, 2014
Preparing the next generation for electoral engagement: Social studies and the school context
RM Callahan, C Muller, KS Schiller
American Journal of Education 116 (4), 525-556, 2010
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