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Friday, March 21 • 4:05pm - 5:25pm
FR4.05 Community and Neighborhood Context for School Reform

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Moderator: Anna Santiago, Case Western Reserve University

  • Will Moving to a Better Neighborhood Help?  Mobility, Change of Context, and Young-Adult Educational Attainment
    Pat Goldsmith, Texa A & M University; William Velez, UW-Milwaukee; Marcus Britton, UW-Milwaukee

  • The Tale of Two Types of Cities:  Exploration of the Research and Reform Implications Resulting from Urban District Size
    Craig Hochbein, Lehigh University; Kristin Harbour, University of Louisville

  • Turning Around Failing Urban Neighborhood Public Schools to Give All Kids a Chance: A Case Study of a “Hybrid” School Model in Newark NJ
    Dorothy J. Knauer, Rutgers University Newark

  • Connecting Education Reform to Neighborhood Context: Identifying Community Needs and Assets as a First Step to Developing Programs to Improve Outcomes
    Molly Vollman Makris, Rutgers University, Newark; Ryan Coughlan, Rutgers University, Newark

  • Neighborhood Context and Educational Performance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
    Anna Santiago, Case Western Reserve University; George Galster, Wayne State University; Lisa Stack, Wayne State University




Presenters
PR

Pat Rubio Goldsmith

Texas A & M University
CH

Craig Hochbein

Lehigh University
DK

Dorothy Knauer

Rutgers University- Newark NJ
MM

Molly Makris

Guttman Community College, City University of New York
AS

Anna Santiago

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University

Co-Authors
GG

George Galster

Wayne State University
KH

Kristin Harbour

University of Louisville
MB

Marcus Britton

UW-Milwaukee
RC

Ryan Coughlan

Rutgers University, Newark
WV

William Velez

UW-Milwaukee

Moderators
AS

Anna Santiago

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University

Friday March 21, 2014 4:05pm - 5:25pm
Zapata (Westin 2nd Floor)