William F. Tate, PhD, MPE

1992-2002 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
 2002- Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Mathematics Education, STEM Education, Urban Education, and Social Epidemiology
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Plunk AD, Agrawal A, Harrell PT, et al. (2016) The impact of adolescent exposure to medical marijuana laws on high school completion, college enrollment and college degree completion. Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Plunk AD, Agrawal A, Tate WF, et al. (2015) Did the 18 Drinking Age Promote High School Dropout? Implications for Current Policy. Journal of Studies On Alcohol and Drugs. 76: 680-9
Tate WF, Hogrebe MC. (2015) Poverty and Algebra Performance: A Comparative Spatial Analysis of a Border South State Peabody Journal of Education. 90: 380-403
Jones BD, Harris KM, Tate WF. (2015) Ferguson and beyond: A descriptive epidemiological study using geospatial analysis Journal of Negro Education. 84: 231-253
Plunk AD, Tate WF, Bierut LJ, et al. (2014) Intended and Unintended Effects of State-Mandated High School Science and Mathematics Course Graduation Requirements on Educational Attainment. Educational Researcher (Washington, D.C. : 1972). 43: 230-241
Tate WF, Hamilton C, Roberts On WB, et al. (2014) Who is my neighbor? Turner v. Clayton: A watershed moment in regional education Journal of Negro Education. 83: 216-234
Tate WF, Jones BD, Thorne-Wallington E, et al. (2012) Science and the City: Thinking Geospatially about Opportunity to Learn Urban Education. 47: 399-433
Tate WF, Frierson HT. (2011) Stem blind spots: Moving beyond stock stories and folktales Diversity in Higher Education. 11: 325-332
Frierson HT, Tate WF. (2011) Preface Diversity in Higher Education. 11: xv-xviii
Tate WF. (2011) Disparities, economics, and evidence: Beyond politics in teacher education Journal of Negro Education. 80: 193-196
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