This study examines if school resources have different effects for low- and high-SES students’ college destinations. This study also examines whether the effects of marks of distinction on college destinations are contingent on student SES.
Equalizing, But Not Greatly: High School Resources and Socioeconomic Inequalities in College Destinations
Using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, the author analyzes how school and neighborhood contexts are jointly related to high school and college graduation.
Review of current research on school composition and its effects on student outcomes.
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.
Explores the sources of variation in Black adolescent students’ academic achievement during Middle School.
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.
Revisiting and examining Brown’s historical significance and its education policy legacy.
Socioeconomic Integration as a Tool for Diversifying Schools: Promise and Practice in Two Large School Systems
Influence of socioeconomic integration on racial-ethnic diversity in San Francisco, CA and Wake County, NC schools.
Summarizes research on school desegregation and the benefits of racial and ethnic diversity in K-12 schooling.
Explore relationship between students’ experiences with diverse peers in the college or university settings and their educational outcomes.
Impact of racial and ethnic diversity on educational outcomes
Link between diversity and positive educational outcomes.
Examines relationship between race and school attachment and engagement.
Effects of First and Second Generation segregation on the academic outcomes of CMS students.
Examines direct effect of classroom diversity on academic/intellectual outcomes and moderation of these by collaborative instructional approaches.
Impact of diversity on student learning in higher education
How race and the racial composition of schools are related to academic achievement.
Important noncognitive outcomes of school desegregation.
A complex conversation about the separate but unequal situation in many schools today, resulting in a call for a re-examination of school choice policies across the country to bring about more racial and social class integration
What is the relation of parental involvement in education to student academic performance? What is the relation of parent perceptions of involvement and empowerment and school structural characteristics to student academic performance?
Whether educational quality can explain the break in the trend toward black/white wage equality.
To describe and explain conclusions about desegregation policy, especially to show how these viewpoints have evolved from legal doctrines, social and science research, and extensive case experience
The Continuing Significance of Desegregation: School Racial Composition and African American Inclusion in American Society
Summarizes research on the long term consequences of desegregation.
Compares educational attainment and present attitudes of young black adults who did and did not participate in a desegregation program.
Reviews the literature on long term social consequences of school desegregation, & how to opearte desegregated schools effectively.
Analyze research on minority achievement in desegregated schools by separating genuine effects of desegregation from the false effects.
Why are some students placed in college tracks and others not? Why is track placement so influential?
Is organizational influence (segregated vs. desegregated schooling) important for rational plans of action related to status outcomes?