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Education Policy & Social Analysis

The Policy Fellowship

The EPSA department is pleased to announce the Winners of the AY 2016-2017  Education Policy Dissertation Research Fellowship.

Brandon Buck, Ph.D. Candidate

Program in Philosophy and Education
Department of Arts & Humanities

White Schools, White Ignorance: Toward a Racially Responsive Pedagogy

 

 

Sima Bernstein, Ed.D. Candidate

Program in Early Childhood Policy
Department of Curriculum & Teaching

Separated at Birth?  How Low-Income Status Interacts with New Mother’s Awareness and Usage of the New Jersey Paid Family-Leave Policy

 

 

Jennifer Sallman, Ph.D. Candidate
Program in Politics and Education
Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis

Should I stay or should I go? Teacher retention in an Era of Standards-based accountability

 

 

Elizabeth Kim, Ph.D. Candidate

Program in Education Policy
Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis

“Not for Us”: The Unintended Consequences of Dual Language Bilingual Education Policy in the New York City Public Schools

 

 

Liza Bolitzer, Ed.D. Candidate

Program in Higher & Postsecondary Education
Department of Organization & Leadership

Adjuncts as Teachers: A study of how and what adjunct faculty learn within teaching general education courses to diverse undergraduate students

 

 

Melisa Morales, Ph.D. Candidate

Program in Economics & Education
Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis

Rethinking the effects of school-entry policies on maternal labor supply

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!

The Education Policy Dissertation Research Fellowship is open to TC students, regardless of their department or program, whose dissertation research has the potential to inform societal efforts to improve educational opportunity, achievement, or equity. This research should be focused on an important policy issue at any level of government, reflect potential for policy utility, and show a strong likelihood of being accepted in the most well-respected journals. Our view of policy relevance is a broad one, encompassing research that affects policy indirectly by shifting public understanding of societal challenges and opportunities for effective intervention.

  

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