Pathways to Education: An Integrated Approach to Helping At-Risk High School Students
NBER Working Paper No. 20430
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We are extremely grateful to Pathways' administrators, Dianne Bascombe, Megan Conway, Margaret Douglin, Petrona Eccleston, Sharmini Fernando, Thomas Gerginis, David Hughes, Faisal Islam, Irene Parvin, and Stacey Young for their enthusiastic support and for providing program details, participation data, and making available internal reports. We also thank Marc Frenette for producing the census robustness analysis in the paper, and seminar participants from the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research's Social Interactions, Identity, and Well Being group, Brigham Young University, University of Montreal, Laval University, University of Western Ontario, University of Stravenger Workshop on Labor Markets, Families, and Children, DIW Berlin, Simon Fraser University, University of Toronto, the Canadian Economics Association Meetings, the Midwest Economics Association Meetings and the 12th Conference on Research on Economic Theory and Econometrics. Research support was provided by the Education Policy Research Initiative. Any errors or omissions are those of the authors. Data and code to reproduce the results are available on request. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.