A school in Harlem is seeing positive outcomes that stretch beyond test scores – including higher college-acceptance rates and lower incidences of teen pregnancy and incarceration, according to a Princeton-Harvard University study.
Cecilia Rouse, a Princeton faculty member for two decades who is the Lawrence and Shirley Katzman and Lewis and Anna Ernst Professor in the Economics of Education, has been selected as dean of the University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
New laws and policies to address harassment and intimidation in schools are sprouting up in every state. But can laws and polices put a stop to bullying, or do students play a role?
MIT economist Josh Angrist’s meticulous methods have influenced scholars for two decades. Now he’s zeroing in on what makes some schools better than others.
Thomas J. Espenshade and Alexandria Walton Radford's "No Longer Separate, Not Yet Equal: Race and Class in Elite College Admission and Campus Life" is the winner of the 2011 Pierre Bourdieu Book Award, Sociology of Education Section, American Sociological Association.
This paper was prepared as a forthcoming chapter in The Education of the Hispanic Population, edited by Richard Verdugo and Billie Gastic, volume 2 in a series on The Hispanic Population. Partial support for this research was provided by grants from the Andrew W.
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