This paper studies how sibling gender composition affects preferences for education within STEM and whether the e?ects on STEM preferences in education persists into labor market outcomes.
The purpose of this study is to identify key college experiences that are correlated with long-term success for female technologists. Research questions include whether long-term career success is more likely for female technology graduates who, during their undergraduate studies, (1) personally interacted with professional and academic role models, (2) were able to apply their classroom learning to real world problems, and (3) actively participated in campus life.
What are the long-run impacts of court-ordered school desegregation plans on adult attainments?
1) What was the trajectory of integration in Baltimore schools? 2) What structures and ideologies fueled rampant school resegregation?
Examine long-term influences of high school racial composition on students’ later racial isolation in the workplace in 1994 & 2000.
Firsthand account by Blacks, Whites, and Latinos who graduated in 1980 of how desegregation affected them during high school and later in life.
What are the benefits of school desegregation and diversity measured by a nonacademic outcome with social implications (comfort working).
Evaluating the Role of Brown vs. Board of Education in School Equalization, Desegregation and the Income of African Americans
Discuss a framework for evaluating the effect of Brown on the welfare of African Americans in the labor market.
Specify a comprehensive path model estimated separately fro male and female respondents to the National Longitudinal Survey of Freshmen.
The Impact of Group Diversity on Performance and Knowledge Spillover- An Experiment in a College Classroom
Examined how group characteristics affect productivity.
The Impact of Racially Inclusive Schooling on Adult Incarceration Rates Among U.S. Cohorts of African Americans and Whites Since 1930
Test if more racially inclusive schools might reduce the risk of extremely negative adult life experiences such as incarceration.
Social Background and Academic Performance Differentials: White and Minority Students at Selective Colleges
Study the continuing consequences of segregation.
Effects of housing and school segregation during childhood on academic performance in college.
Does Exposure to Whites Help Blacks in the Long Run? Labor-Market Consequences of High School Racial Composition
Assess labor-market consequences of high school racial composition.
Examines students’ experiences from attending a desegregated high school.
Fifty Years after Brown: New Evidence of the Impact of School Racial Composition on Student Outcomes
Expand the discussion of the impact of desegregation beyond the traditional test measures & including racial groups that have been largely ignored.
Who Graduates in the South?
Ideas of graduates, educators, advocates and local policy makers who were directly involved in racially mixed public high schools 25 years ago.
An assessment of how Brown v. Board of Education’s most visible effect – the contact between students of different racial groups – has changed over the past 50 years.
Examines the benefits and tradeoffs for African American professional educators and students that resulted from Brown.
Computes the numbers of students expected to graduate from public high schools by the end of the 2003-2004 school year
Aims to understand why desegregation policy has failed to achieve the goals set out by Brown v. Board and how research on school desegregation has contributed to these shortcomings.
Summarizes research on school desegregation and the benefits of racial and ethnic diversity in K-12 schooling.
Document and measure the extent of interracial contact within schools.
Why benefits of diversity are part of educational quality?
Summarizes research on effects of desegregation in elementary and secondary schools
Whether desegregation programs have raised lifetime earnings for blacks, through interracial contact or improvements in school quality.
Expert report from Gratz and Grutter
Important noncognitive outcomes of school desegregation.
Whether educational quality can explain the break in the trend toward black/white wage equality.
Why Desegregate? The Effect of School Desegregation on Adult Occupational Desegregation of African Americans, Whites and Hispanics
Studies the relationship between attending desegregated high schools and desegregated adult workplaces.
The Continuing Significance of Desegregation: School Racial Composition and African American Inclusion in American Society
Summarizes research on the long term consequences of desegregation.
Analyzes racial disparities in school quality since the 1950s and the implications of differential school quality for labor market outcomes (wage gap)
Determine how much effect the social composition of a neighborhood or school has on children’s life chances.
Social-Psychological Processes that Perpetuate Racial Segregation: The Relationship Between School and Employment Desegregation
Study processes that perpetuate segregation.
Reviews the literature on long term social consequences of school desegregation, & how to opearte desegregated schools effectively.
How is school desegregation related to job expectations for African Americans?
Examine from a constitutional perspective the bases on which ability grouping and tracking might be challenged as barriers to equal educational opp.
Is organizational influence (segregated vs. desegregated schooling) important for rational plans of action related to status outcomes?
The Perpetuation of Segregation Across Levels of Education: A Behavioral Assessment of the Contact Hypothesis
Examines if black students who attend desegregated high schools are more likely to attend desegregated colleges.
Direct effects of school racial composition on college attendance when introducing curriculum and grades and relocating the test scores.
Examines long term outcomes of desegregated schooling for African Americans- employment patterns and income