News from EPSA
Webcast from the Murphy Institute, CUNY School of Professional Studies. Friday, September 18, 8:30-10:15 am. (In response to the tremendous interest, we're arranging for a livestream of the event. You must RSVP so that we can email you the link to the webcast the day before the event.) Published: 9/14/2015 3:55:00 PM
Adam Davidson cited a study by Professor Levin in his NY Times article, "Is College Tuition Really Too High?" Published: 9/8/2015 10:25:00 AM
Professor Levin is the winner of the "Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Education Research Award" from the Ming Yuan Education Foundation. Published: 9/8/2015 10:15:00 AM
New York Times column, "Fafsa Follies: To Gain a Student, Eliminate a Form," quotes a study by Judith Scott-Clayton and others Published: 8/25/2015 12:44:00 PM
Amy Stuart Wells: New Generation of Urban Parents Want Multicultural Communities and Diverse Schools
Slate.com quotes Amy Stuart Wells in article, "Why NYC is Experimenting with New Ways to Desegregate Public Schools" Published: 8/25/2015 12:36:00 PM
Inside Higher Ed takes an in-depth look at findings from a recent study by Professor Scott-Clayton and Economics and Education PhD student Veronica Minaya on the effects of federal work-study participation on students' academic and employment outcomes. Published: 7/31/2015 1:26:00 PM
Melinda Karp, PhD 2006 in Sociology & Education, was featured in an NPR story, "The Writing Assignment that Changes Lives." Published: 7/22/2015 2:07:00 PM
Professor Bailey talks about the complexity of the college transfer process in an Associated Press article. Published: 7/16/2015 10:24:00 AM
Travis Bristol, Ph.D. in Education Policy, a guest in a Radio Boston Podcast. July 11, 2014
The majority of the 4,400 Boston Public Schools teachers are white, while 87 percent of students are not.
But, if you dig even deeper, it’s clear that black male teachers are a distinct minority within a minority. Just about 6 percent of BPS teachers are black men.
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Travis explores the topic further, while discussing his dissertation "Black Men of the Classroom. An Exploration of how the Organizational Conditions, Characteristics, and Dynamics in Schools Affect Black Male Teachers' Pathways into the Profession, Experiences, and Retention" in his blog: READ THE FULL BLOG ENTRY HERE.