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González Canché, M. S. (2017). Community college scientists and salary gap: Navigating socioeconomic and academic stratification in the U.S. higher education system. Journal of Higher Education, 88(1), 1–32.
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González Canché, M. S. (2014). Is the community college a less expensive path toward a bachelor's degree? Public 2- and 4-year colleges' impact on loan debt. The Journal of Higher Education, 85(5), 723–759.