Kallie Clark-Uribe is currently a doctoral student, and Institute of Educational Sciences Pre-doctoral Fellow at the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration. Kallie has an extensive background counseling first-generation college students as a post-secondary counselor, classroom teacher, and academic advisor. Before completing her master’s degree at the University of Chicago, Kallie worked for five years as a founding college counselor and classroom teacher with the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago. Kallie's dissertation work explores potential high school effects on the post-secondary outcomes of Chicago Public School Students. Her research intersts include: Equity in higher education, post-secondary transitions, inequalities in college access, college choice strategies, urban education, and higher education reform.
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High School GPAs and ACT Scores as Predictors of College Completion
Examining Assumptions about Consistency across High Schools (Educational Researcher)
From High School to the Future
Delivering on the Dream of College Graduation
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|Are GPAs an Inconsistent Measure of Achievement across High Schools? Examining Assumptions about Grades versus Standardized Test Scores||Working Paper||Apr 2018|