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Marcia Davis

Associate Researcher

Marcia Davis, Ph. D. is an associate research scientist at the Center for Social Organization of Schools and has been with the center since 2006. She holds a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in educational statistics. Her research interests include reading comprehension measurement, reading motivation, and school engagement.

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension Marcia ...

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A review of reading motivation scales

A review of reading motivation scales

By Marcia H. Davis, Stephen M. Tonks, Michael Hock, Wenhao Wang, and Aldo Rodriguez January 2018 Reading ...

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Early Warning Indicators of High School Outcomes

Early Warning Indicators of High School Outcomes

A special issue of the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (Vol 18(1) ...

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Learning What it Takes

Learning What it Takes

Growing alarm over high dropout rates has created a groundswell of interest in ways to ...

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A Curriculum of Engagement:  Micro-process Interventions that Support Successful Transitions from Middle to High School

A Curriculum of Engagement: Micro-process Interventions that Support Successful Transitions from Middle to High School

What are the daily actions adults in schools must take to ensure students attend regularly, ...

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Using Data to Keep All Students On-Track for Graduation: Team Playbook

Using Data to Keep All Students On-Track for Graduation: Team Playbook

How can educators organize middle and high schools so they provide the supports students need ...

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