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Past Brown Bag Lunch Discussions - Policy Student Network

Prof. Charles Basch – October 20, 2009

Healthier Students are Better Learners…What are the Next Steps for Educational Policy?

Prof. Regina Cortina – November 10, 2009

The Education of Latinos in Northern Manhattan Schools

Prof. David Hansen – December 3, 2009

What is “Cosmopolitanism? Rethinking Education in a Globalized World

Prof. Susana Loeb – March 11, 2010

Teachers Effectiveness and Teacher Labor Markets: Evidence from New York City

Prof. Kevin Dougherty & Kenny Nienhusser – April 7, 2010

Undocumented Immigrants and Access to Higher Education

Prof. Monisha Bajaj – October 27, 2010

Human Rights Education in India: Policy, Pedagogy, and Practice

Prof. Marybeth Gasman – November 29, 2010

Funding Historically Black Colleges and Universities: How and Why?

Prof. Melanie Ehren – February 23, 2011

Holding Schools to Account: How Do Principals and Teachers Respond to Different Measures of their School’s Performance?

Prof. Michael Rebell – March 24, 2011

Do Rights Survive Recessions? - What happens to a student’s right to a sound basic education during economic downturns?

TC Alum/Swarthmore Prof. Frank Grossman  – April 28, 2011

Producing Policy Research for Multiple Audiences: Examining communication and information use in the Pennsylvania Department of Education

Prof. Ansley Erickson – November 28, 2011

“There is no de facto segregation.” Lecture based on lecturer’s manuscript in progress “Schooling the Metropolis: Educational Inequality Made and Remade, Nashville, Tennessee, 1945-2000.”

Prof. Charisse Gulosino (Visiting Scholar) – December 7, 2011

Uses of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Education Research and Policy Analysis. 

Samuel Abrams (Visiting Scholar)--February 21, 2012

"The FInnish Paradox."
Dr. Jennifer Stillman (P&E Program Alum)--Nov 27, 2012

Gentrification and Schools

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