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Miya Warner, Ph.D., the recipient of the 2014 AERA Division L (Education Policy & Politics) Dissertation of the Year Award.

AERA Division L (Education Policy and Politics) Newsletter has announced the 2014 Dissertation Award Winners. Miya Warner,Ph.D., an alumna of the Sociology and Education program at Teacher College is the winner of this year's Dissertation of the Year Award. The award will be presented at the annual AERA conference in Philadelphia on April 4, 2014.
AERA Division L (Education Policy and Politics) Newsletter has announced the 2014 Dissertation Award Winners. Miya Warner, Ph.D., a 2013 alumna of the Sociology and Education program at Teacher College, is the Dissertation of the Year award winner. The dissertation's title was "Small High Schools and Big Inequalities: Course-taking and Curricular Rigor in New York City." The selecting committee was very impressed with Miya's work and it felt that her findings on intra-district selectivity and stratification have very important implications for research, policy, and practice. Miya's dissertation was supervised by Prof. Amy Stuart-Wells and Prof. Douglas Ready. (Please find an official announcement of the award on page 2 of the attached Newsletter).

The award winner and the runner up will both be recognized at the Div. L Business Meeting at AERA annual conference in Philadelphia, on April 4, 2014.

Published Friday, Mar. 7, 2014

Miya Warner, Ph.D., the recipient of the 2014 AERA Division L (Education Policy & Politics) Dissertation of the Year Award.

AERA Division L (Education Policy and Politics) Newsletter has announced the 2014 Dissertation Award Winners. Miya Warner, Ph.D., a 2013 alumna of the Sociology and Education program at Teacher College, is the Dissertation of the Year award winner. The dissertation's title was "Small High Schools and Big Inequalities: Course-taking and Curricular Rigor in New York City." The selecting committee was very impressed with Miya's work and it felt that her findings on intra-district selectivity and stratification have very important implications for research, policy, and practice. Miya's dissertation was supervised by Prof. Amy Stuart-Wells and Prof. Douglas Ready. (Please find an official announcement of the award on page 2 of the attached Newsletter).

The award winner and the runner up will both be recognized at the Div. L Business Meeting at AERA annual conference in Philadelphia, on April 4, 2014.

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