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A National Study of School Effectiveness for Language Minority Students' Long-Term Academic Achievement Final Report: Project 1.1

South-Central U.S. Large Urban Research Site — Figures

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Figure C-1
Cross-sectional analyses

Mainstream Native-English speakers
Former Transitional Bilingual Education students
Former ESL Content students
Former LEP students whose parents
refused Bilingual/ESL services
N = 103,887
N = 3,333
N = 3,655

N = 1,599

Figure C-2
Cross-sectional analyses

Former Transitional Bilingual Education students
Former ESL Content students
N = 3,333
N = 3,655

Figure C-3
Cross-sectional analyses

Native-English speakers in mainstream
Native-Spanish speakers in bilingual education
N = 103,887
N = 19,281

Figure C-4
Cross-sectional analyses

Native-English speakers in mainstream
Native-Spanish speakers in bilingual education
N = 103,887
N = 19,281

Figure C-5
Cross-sectional analyses.

(See Table C-4 for number of students by program and by grade.)

Figure C-6
Cross-sectional analyses

(See Table C-4 for number of students by program and by grade.)

Figure C-7
Cross-sectional analyses

(See Table C-4 for number of students by program and by grade.)

Figure C-8
Cross-sectional analyses

(See Table C-7 for number of students by program and by grade.)

Figure C-9
Cross-sectional analyses

(See Figure C-7 for number of students by program and by grade.)

Figure C-10
Cross-sectional analyses

(See Table C-7 for number of students by program and by grade.)

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