C.V.

ERICA FRANKENBERG

Associate Professor of Education and Demography
Department of Education Policy Studies
College of Education, 207B Rackley
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
Ph: 814-865-5862; email: euf10@psu.edu

EDUCATION

2008            Ed.D., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

                Concentration: Administration, Planning, and Social Policy – Research

2002            Ed.M., Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

                            Concentration in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy

2001            A.B., cum laude, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire

                            Education Policy

Academic Positions:

2015-present               Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Education Studies, Pennsylvania State University

2014-present               Faculty Research Affiliate, Center for the Study of Higher Education, Pennsylvania State University

2014-present               Faculty Research Associate, Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University

2013-present               Faculty Research Associate, Center for Rural Education and Communities, Pennsylvania State University

2011-2014                   Faculty Research Affiliate, Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University

2010-2015                   Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies, Pennsylvania State University

2008-2010                   Research and Policy Director, Initiative for School Integration, Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles, University of California, Los Angeles

2007 – 2008                Post-Doctoral Fellow, Michigan State University, College of Education

Awards:

Early Career Award, Division L (Policy & Politics) of American Educational Research Association (2014)

Ranked as one of Rick Hess’s influential educational policy faculty members:

  • in 2015: #166 overall; #6 among junior scholars
  • in 2016: #186
  • in 2017: #182

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Frankenberg, E., Garces, L.M., Hopkins, M. (Eds.). (2016). School Integration Matters: Research-Based Strategies to Advance Equity. New York: Teachers College Press.

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2013).   Educational Delusions? Why Choice Can Deepen Inequality and How to Make it Fair.  Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Frankenberg, E. & Orfield, G. (Eds.) (2012).   The Resegregation of Suburban Schools: A Hidden Crisis in American Education.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Frankenberg, E., & DeBray, E. (Eds.).  (2011). Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation. University of North Carolina Press.

Frankenberg, E. & Orfield, G. (Eds.) (2007). Lessons in Integration: Realizing the Promise of Racial Diversity in Our Nation’s Public Schools. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.

Chapters in Books

Kotok. S. & Frankenberg, E. (Forthcoming). Demography and educational politics in the changing suburbs. In Wepner, S. & Gomez, D. Challenges facing suburban schools: Promising responses to changing student populations.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Frankenberg, E., & Diem, S. (2015). Voluntary integration and school board leadership in Louisville, Kentucky. In K. Bowman (ed.), The pursuit of racial and ethnic inequality in American public schools: Mendez, Brown and beyond. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Frankenberg, E. (2015). School integration in the post-Parents Involved era. In C. Ivery & J. Bassett (eds.), Reclaiming Integration and the Language of Race in the “Post-Racial” Era.

Frankenberg, E. (2013). Wither the suburban ideal? Understanding contemporary suburban school contexts.  In G. L. Sunderman (Ed.), Charting Reform, Achieving Equity in a Diverse Nation. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.

Frankenberg, E. (2012). Understanding suburban school district transformation: A typology of suburban districts.  In E. Frankenberg & G. Orfield, The resegregation of suburban schools: A hidden crisis in American education (pp. 27-43). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Frankenberg, E., & Orfield, G. (2012). Why racial change in the suburbs matters.  In E. Frankenberg & G. Orfield, The resegregation of suburban schools: A hidden crisis in American education (pp. 1-25). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Frankenberg, E., and Lewis, T. (2012). Segregation then and now.  In R. Ognibene (Ed.), A persistent reformer: Jonathan Kozol’s work to promote equality in America. New York: Peter Lang.

Frankenberg, E. (2011). Integration After Parents Involved: What does research suggest about available options? In E. Frankenberg, & E. DeBray (Eds.), Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Frankenberg, E., & DeBray, E. (2011). Introduction: Looking to the Future. In E. Frankenberg, & E. DeBray (Eds.), Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation (pp. 53-74). Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

DeBray, E., & Frankenberg, E. (2011). Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity. In E. Frankenberg, & E. DeBray (Eds.), Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation (pp. 281-301). Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Williams, S., & Frankenberg, E. (2011). Using Geography to Further Racial Integration. In E. Frankenberg, & E. DeBray (Eds.), Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation (pp. 223-231). Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Frankenberg, E.  (2011).  Pursuing the Promise of Brown in the 21st Century.  In C. L. Ivery & J.A. Bassett (Eds.), America’s Urban Crisis and the Advent of Colorblind Politics: Education, Incarceration, Segregation and the Future of U.S. Multiracial Democracy. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Frankenberg, E. (2007). Integration: The Time is Now. In E. Frankenberg & G. Orfield, (Eds.), Lessons in Integration: Realizing the Promise of Racial Diversity in Our Nation’s Public Schools (pp. 7-27). Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.

Frankenberg, E. & Lee, C. (2006). Race in American Public Schools: Rapidly Resegregating School Districts. In E. Higginbotham and M. L. Andersen (Eds.), Race and Ethnicity in Society: The Changing Landscape (pp 347-353). Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth.

Frankenberg, E. (2005).  The Impact of School Segregation on Residential Housing Patterns: Mobile, AL and Charlotte, NC. In J. Boger & G. Orfield, (Eds.), School Resegregation: Must the South Turn Back? (pp 164-184). Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Orfield, G. & Frankenberg, E. (2004). Reviving Brown v. Board of Education: How Courts and Enforcement Agencies Can Produce More Integrated Schools. In D. L. Rhode and C. J. Ogletree, Jr., (Eds.), Brown at Fifty: The Unfinished Legacy: A Collection of Essays (pp. 185-211).  Chicago, IL: American Bar Association.

Special Issues of Peer-Refereed Journals

Frankenberg, E., Williams, S., & McDermott, K.A., eds. (2013). Contesting equity: The politics of educational opportunity. Special issue of the Peabody Journal of Education, sponsored by the Politics of Education Association.

Frankenberg, E., Ayscue, J., & Tyler, A., eds. (2016). Race and place: How suburban schools respond to increasing racial diversity. Peabody Journal of Education, 91(3).

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Frankenberg, E., Kotok, S., Schafft, K. A., & Mann, B. (2017). Exploring School Choice and the Consequences for Student Racial Segregation within Pennsylvania’s Charter School Transfers. Educational Policy Analysis Archives, 25(22), 1-34.

Frankenberg, E. (2017). Assessing segregation under a new generation of controlled choice policies. American Educational Research Journal, 54(1), 219-250.

Mann, B., Kotok, S., Frankenberg, E., Fuller, E. J., & Schafft, K. A.  (2016). Choice, cyber charter schools, and the educational marketplace for rural schools. The Rural Educator, 37(3), 17-29.

Frankenberg, E., Ayscue, J., & Tyler, A. (2016). Diversifying high schools in racially changing suburban districts: Expanding opportunity, creating barriers? Peabody Journal of Education, 91(3), 383-403.

Tyler, A., Frankenberg, E., & Ayscue, J. (2016). Race and place: How suburban schools respond to increasing diversity. Peabody Journal of Education, 91(3), 233-238.

Frankenberg, E., Diem, S., & Cleary, C. (2016, online first). School desegregation after Parents Involved: The complications of pursuing diversity in a high-stakes accountability era. Journal of Urban Affairs.

Diem, S., Welton, A. D., Frankenberg, E., & Holme, J. J. (2016). Racial diversity in the suburbs: How race-neutral responses to demographic change perpetuate inequity in suburban school districts. Race, Ethnicity, and Education 19(4), 731-762.

Hodge, E., Taylor, K., & Frankenberg, E. (2016). Lessons from the past, model for the future: A return to promoting integration through ESEA. Education Law and Policy Review 3, 58-89.

Frankenberg, E., & Taylor, K. (2015).  ESEA and the Civil Rights Act: An interbranch approach to furthering desegregation. RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 1, 32-49.

Kotok, S., Frankenberg, E., Schafft, K., Mann, B., & Fuller, E. (2015, online first). School choice, racial segregation, and poverty concentration: Evidence from Pennsylvania charter school transfers. Educational Policy.

DeBray, E., McDermott, K., Frankenberg, E., & Blankenship, A. (2015). Lessons from a federal grant for school diversity: Tracing a theory of change and implementation of local policies. Educational Policy Analysis Archives. http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1999

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., & Cleary, C. (online first). Factors that influence school board policymaking: The political context of diversity in urban-suburban districts. Educational Administration Quarterly. doi:10.1177/0013161X15589367

Frankenberg, E., McDermott, K., DeBray, E., & Blankenship, A. (2015). The New Politics of Diversity: Lessons from a Federal Technical Assistance Grant. American Educational Research Journal 52: 440-474.

Diem, S., Siegel-Hawley, G., Frankenberg, E., & Cleary, C. (2015). Consolidation vs. fragmentation: The relationship between school district boundaries and segregation in three southern metropolitan areas. Pennsylvania State Law Review.

McDermott, K., Frankenberg, E., & Diem, S. (2015). The “Post-Racial” Politics of Race: Student Assignment Policy in Three Urban School Districts. Educational Policy  29(3): 504-544. doi:10.1177/0895904813510775

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2014). Increasingly segregated and unequal schools as courts reverse policy. Educational Administration Quarterly 50: 718-734.

Diem, S., Welton, A. D., Frankenberg, E., & Holme, J. J. (2014, online first). Racial diversity in the suburbs: How race-neutral responses to demographic change perpetuate inequity in suburban school districts. Race, Ethnicity, and Education. doi: 10.1080/13613324.2014.946485

Frankenberg, E. (2014). Assessing the status of school desegregation sixty years after Brown. Michigan State Law Review 677-709.

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., Cleary, C., & Ali, N. (2014). The politics of maintaining diversity policies in demographically changing urban-suburban school districtsAmerican Journal of Education 120(3): 351-389.

Frankenberg, E., Green, P., & Nelson, S. (2013). Fighting ‘demographic destiny’: A legal analysis of attempts of the strategies that white enclaves might use to maintain school segregation. George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal 24(1): 39-60.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2013). Reassessing School-Housing Segregation Link in post-Parents Involved Era. Wake Forest Law Review 48(2): 397-426.

Diem, S., & Frankenberg, E. (2013). The politics of diversity: Integration in an era of political and legal uncertainty. Teachers College Record 115 (11): 1-30.

Frankenberg, E. (2013). The Role of Residential Segregation in Contemporary School Segregation. Education and Urban Society 45(5), 548-570. doi:10.1177/0013124513486288

Holme, J., Frankenberg, E., Diem, S., & Welton, A. (2013). School Choice in Suburbia: The Impact of Choice Policies on the Potential for Suburban Integration. Journal of School Choice 7(2), 113-141.

Frankenberg, E., & Diem, S. (2013). School board leadership & policymaking in changing political environments. Urban Review 45(2), 117-142.

McDermott, K., Frankenberg, E., & Williams, S.  (2013).  Introduction:  Contesting equity in the twenty-first century. Peabody Journal of Education 88(1), 1-9.

Frankenberg, E., & Kotok, S. (2013).  Demography and educational politics in the suburban marketplace. Peabody Journal of Education 88(1), 112–126.

Jacobsen, R., Frankenberg, E., & Lenhoff, S. W. (2012). Diverse schools in a democratic society: New ways of understanding how school demographics affect civic and political learning. American Educational Research Journal 49(5), 812-843.

McDermott, K.A., DeBray, E., & Frankenberg, E. (2012). How Does Parents Involved in Community Schools Matter? Legal and Political Influence in Education Politics and Policy.  Teachers College Record 114(12).

Green, III, P. C., Frankenberg, E., Nelson, S., & Rowland, J. (2012). Charter schools, students of color, and the state action doctrine:  Are the rights of students of color sufficiently protected? Washington & Lee Journal of Civil Rights & Social Justice.

Frankenberg, E. (2012). The authority of race in legal decisions: The district court opinions of Brown v. Board of Education. University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change 15, 67-85.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2012).  Not just urban policy: Suburbs, segregation, and charter schools.  AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice 8(4), 3-13.

Frankenberg, E. (2012).  Exploring Teachers’ Racial Attitudes in a Racially Transitioning Society. Education and Urban Society 44(4): 447 – 475.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2011).  Redefining diversity: Political responses to the post-PICS environment.  Peabody Journal of Education 86(5): 529-552.

Frankenberg, E., & Jacobsen, R. (2011). Trends– School Integration Polls. Public Opinion Quarterly 75(4): 788-811.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2011). Does law influence charter school diversity? An analysis of federal and state legislation. Michigan Journal of Race & Law 16(2): 321-376.

Frankenberg, E. (2011).  Charter schools: A civil rights mirage. Kappa Delta Pi Record 47(3): 100-105.

Frankenberg, E., Siegel-Hawley, G., & Wang, J.  (2011).  Choice without Equity: Charter School Segregation. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 19(1).

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2011). Choosing diversity: School choice and racial integration in the age of Obama.  Stanford Journal on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties 6 (2), 219-252.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2010). A Separate Education: The Segregation of American Students and Teachers. Critical Education, 1(7).

Frankenberg, E.  (2010). Exploring the difference in diverse schools’ destinies: A research note.  Teachers College Record.

DeBray-Pelot, E. & Frankenberg, E. (2010).  Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity.  Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy, 17(2), 265-286.

Frankenberg, E., Taylor, A., and Merseth, K.M. (2010).  Walking the walk: Commitment of pre-service teachers to urban education.  Urban Education 45(3): 312-346.

Frankenberg, E., Aden, L. C., & Daye, C. E.  (2010).  The Future is Now: Legal and Policy Options for Racially Integrated EducationNorth Carolina Law Review, 88(3), 713-724.

Frankenberg, E. (2009).  Splintering school districts: Understanding the link between segregation and fragmentation.  Law and Social Inquiry 34 (4): 869-909.

Frankenberg E. (2009).  The demographic context of urban schools and districts. Equity and Excellence in Education 42(3): 255-271.

Taylor, A., and Frankenberg, E. (2009). Understanding prospective teachers’ commitment to urban education. Equity and Excellence in Education 42(3): 327-346.

Frankenberg, E., & Le, C.Q. (2009).  The Post-Parents Involved Challenge: Confronting Extralegal Obstacles to IntegrationOhio State Law Journal, 69 (5), 1015-1072.

Frankenberg, E. (2009).  The segregation of American teachers.  Education Policy Analysis Archives 17(1).

Frankenberg, E.  (2009).  Metropolitan Schooling and Housing Integration.  Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, 18(2), 195-215.

Orfield, G., Frankenberg, E., and Garces, L.M.  (2008).  Statement of American social scientists of research on school desegregation to the U.S. Supreme Court in Parents Involved v. Seattle School District and Meredith v. Jefferson CountyUrban Review 40: 96-136.

Frankenberg, E. and Garces, L.M. (2008).  The Use of Social Science Evidence in Parents Involved and Meredith: Implications for Researchers and Schools. Louisville Law Review 46 (1), 703-751.

Frankenberg, E. (2008).  School Segregation, Desegregation, and Integration: What Do These Terms Mean in a Post-Parents Involved in Community Schools, Racially Transitioning Society?  Seattle Journal for Social Justice 6(2): 553-590.

Frankenberg, E. and Lee, C. (2003). Charter schools and race: A lost opportunity for integrated education. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 11(32).

Non-Refereed Articles

Frankenberg, E., & Garces, L.M. (2016, July 20). Fisher v. University of Texas and Lessons for K-12 Districts. Education Week, 36.

Frankenberg, E. (2014). Brown at 60 and Milliken at 40 Ed. The Magazine of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1.

Frankenberg, E., & Ayscue, J. (2013). New faces in suburban spaces: How diversifying districts and schools are responding to marked changes in their racial makeup. School Administrator 70(11): 27-31.

Frankenberg, E., & Orfield, G. (2012). Diversity or resegregation? Education Week. 32(9), 27, 32.

Frankenberg, E. (2011). A policy paradox: Support for limited government grows as increased governmental action for school integration needed.  Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=16548

Orfield, G., Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G.  (2010).  Segregation is failing.  Can we find a new path to integrated schools?  Educational Leadership 68 (3): 22-27.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G.  (2009).  Magnets lost in the shuffle.  American School Board Journal, 196 (11). Available online at http://www.asbj.com/MainMenuCategory/Archive/2009/November/Magnets-Lost-in-the-Shuffle.aspx

Wells, A. S., & Frankenberg, E. (2007). The public schools and the challenge of the Supreme Court’s integration decision. Phi Delta Kappan, 89(3), 178-188.

Orfield, G., Frankenberg, E., and Garces, L.M.  (2007, July 24). Better than Expected but Worse than it Seems: Colleges and the Seattle/Louisville Cases.  Inside Higher Ed. Available online at http://insidehighered.com/views/2007/07/24/orfield

Orfield, G., and Frankenberg, E.  (July 18, 2007).  The integration decision: What next for educators, and for society, after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling?  Education Week, Vol. 26, Issue 43, Page 44.

Orfield, G., and Frankenberg, E.  (2004).  Where are we now?  Teaching Tolerance, 25, 57-59.

Frankenberg, E., Lee, C., & Orfield, G. (2003 March/April). Resegregation grows in public schools: separate is still unequal. Focus, 31(2), 1, 10-11.

Orfield, G., Frankenberg, E. D., & Lee, C. (2002/2003, December/January). The resurgence of school segregation. Educational Leadership, 60(4), 16-20.

Technical Reports

Orfield, G., Ee, J., Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2016). Brown at 62: School Segregation by Race, Poverty and State. Los Angeles, CA: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Orfield, G., Ayscue, J., Ee, J., Frankenberg, E., Siegel-Hawley, G., Woodward, B, & Amlani, N. (2015). Better choices for Buffalo’s students: Expanding and reforming the criteria schools system. A report to the Buffalo Public Schools. Los Angeles, CA: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

McDermott, K., DeBray, E., Frankenberg, E., Fung-Morley, A., & Blankenship, A. (2014). Good intentions, limited impact: The Technical Assistance for Student Assignment Plans Program. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Center for Public Policy and Administration.

Frankenberg, E., Fuller, E., Hartman, W., Kotok, S., Mann, B., & Schafft, K. (2014). Assessing the enrollment trends and financial impact of charter schools on rural and non-rural school districts in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, PA: Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2014). Brown at 60: Great progress, a long retreat and an uncertain future. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2012).  Southern slippage: growing school segregation in the most desegregated region of the country. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2012).  Spaces of inclusion? Teachers’ perceptions of integrated and segregated schools. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (2012).  Reviving magnet schools: Strengthening a successful school choice option. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

DeBray, E., & Frankenberg, E. (2011). Metropolitan approaches to educational and housing opportunity. In P. Tegeler (Ed.), Coordinating housing and education policy to support racial and economic integration: Report to HUD and Department of Education. Washington, D.C.: Poverty, Race and Research Action Council.

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (September 2011). Diversity and Educational Gains: A plan for a changing county and its schools. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Siegel-Hawley, G., and E. Frankenberg. (2011). Magnet School Student Outcomes: What the Research Says. The National Coalition on School Diversity. Brief No. 6.

Tefera, A., Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E. (June 2010). School Integration Efforts Three Years After Parents Involved. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E. (May 2011). Understanding how resegregation affects schools: The views of Wichita teachers, parents, and students.  A report to the Wichita Public Schools.

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (January 2011).  Experiencing Integration in Louisville: How Parents and Students See the Gains and Challenges. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E. (2010). The Public School Enrollment and Segregation of the Mid-Atlantic States. Arlington, VA: Mid-Atlantic Equity Center at George Washington University. Available at http://maec.ceee.gwu.edu/node/670

Frankenberg, E., Siegel-Hawley, G., & Wang, J. (February 2010). Choice without equity: Charter school segregation and the need for civil rights standards. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (November 2009). Equity overlooked: Charter schools and civil rights policy. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Chavez, L., & Frankenberg, E. (September 2009). Integration Defended:  Berkeley Unified’s Strategy to Maintain School Diversity.  Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Coffee, A., and Frankenberg, E. (June 2009). Two Years After the PICS Decision: Districts’ Integration Efforts in a Changing Climate. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (November 2008). The Forgotten Choice: Rethinking Magnet Schools in a Changing Landscape.  Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Orfield, G., & Frankenberg, E. (January 2008). The Last Have Become First: Rural and Small Town America Lead the Way on Desegregation. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E., with Siegel-Hawley, G. (January 2008). Are Teachers Prepared for America’s Diverse Schools? Teachers Describe their Preparation, Resources and Practices for Racially Diverse Schools. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E.  (September 2007).  Voluntary Integration After Parents Involved: What does research suggest about available options?  Working Paper prepared for Charles Hamilton Houston Institute of Racial Justice Roundtable, Harvard Law School.

Frankenberg, E.  (September 2007).  Improving and Expanding Project Choice.  Washington, D.C.: Poverty Race and Research Action Council.

Frankenberg, E.  (September 2007).  Boston’s METCO Program: Lessons for Hartford. Washington, D.C.: Poverty Race and Research Action Council.

Frankenberg, E. (December 2006). The Segregation of American Teachers. Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.

Frankenberg, E., & Lee, C. (July 2003).  Charter Schools and Race: A Lost Opportunity.  Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.

Frankenberg, E., Lee, C., & Orfield, G. (January 2003). A multiracial society with segregated schools: Are we losing the dream? . Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.

Frankenberg, E., & Lee, C. (August 2002). Race in American Public Schools: Rapidly Resegregating School Districts. Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.

Reviews

Frankenberg, E., & Taylor, K. (2017).  Review: The End of Consensus: Diversity, Neighborhoods, and the Politics of Public School Assignments.  Social Forces.

Frankenberg, E. (2016). Review of “Segregation, Race, and Charter Schools: What Do We Know?” Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center.

Ayscue, J., & Frankenberg, E. (2016). Integration and Desegregation. In L. H. Meyer (Ed.), Education. Oxford Bibliographies.

Siegel-Hawley, G. & Frankenberg, E. (2016). Review of “The Integration Anomaly: Comparing the Effects of K-12 Education Delivery Models on Segregation in Schools.” Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center.

Frankenberg, E. (2015). Review of “Pushed Out? Low-Performing Students and New York City Charter Schools.” Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. http://nepc.colorado.edu/thinktank/review-pushed-out

Frankenberg, E. (2011).  Review of Five Miles Away, A World Apart: One City, Two Schools, and the Story of Educational Opportunity in Modern America. American Journal of Education 118(1), 91-95.

Frankenberg, E. (2007).  Review: Brick Walls: Reflection on Race in a Southern School District.  Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=12937.

Encyclopedia entries

Frankenberg, E. (2015). Desegregation and politics. In M. Shally-Jensen (Ed.), American Political Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 316-321). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Tyler, A., & Frankenberg, E. (in press).  Magnet schools.  In J. Stone et al., (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. Wiley-Blackwell.

Frankenberg, E. (2008).  School Segregation.  In D. Carr (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development.  Bloomfield Hills, MI: The Gale Group.

Frankenberg, E. & Le, C.Q. (2008).  Segregation, Desegregation, Resegregation: The Unfulfilled Promise of Brown. In E. Wayne Ross & Sandra Mathison, (Eds.), Battleground Schools: An Encyclopedia of Conflict and Controversy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Other Publications

Siegel-Hawley, G., and E. Frankenberg. (2011). Magnet School Student Outcomes: What the Research Says. The National Coalition on School Diversity. Brief No. 6.

Tefera, A., Frankenberg, E., Siegel-Hawley, G., & Chirichigno, G. (June 2011). Integrating Suburban Schools: How to Benefit from Growing Diversity and Avoid Segregation. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Project/ Proyecto Derechos Civiles.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (Spring 2010). A setback for diversity. CommonWealth.

powell, j., & Frankenberg, E.  (April 2, 2010).  Charter schools and segregation.  Detroit Free-Press. http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100402/OPINION05/100401083/1322/Charter-schools-and-segregation&template=fullarticle

Frankenberg, E.  (September 21, 2008).  A Lesson in Diversity.  Mobile Register.

Frankenberg, E. and Grant-Thomas, A. (May 6, 2005).  Placement tests put black students and others at a disadvantage. Detroit Free-Press.

Frankenberg, E.  (November 10, 2002). Black and White Students are Isolated within Mobile’s School System.  Mobile Register.

Frankenberg, E. (July 13, 2002).  Separate and Unequal Schools. Mobile Register.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Refereed Conference Papers & Symposia Presentations

Frankenberg, E. (2016, November). Examining Equity Implications of Local Response to Federal Limits on Diversity: Louisville, Kentucky’s Integration Policy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Detroit, Michigan.

Taylor, K., & Frankenberg, E. (2016, November). Student Assignment Policies and Segregation: A Spatial Approach to Examining Segregation of School Catchment Areas. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Detroit, Michigan.

Ayscue, J., Levy, R., Siegel-Hawley, G., &Frankenberg, E. (2016, November). A Federal Lever for School Integration: New Opportunities and Challenges for Magnet Schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Detroit, Michigan.

Frankenberg, E., & Taylor, K. (April 2016). Reassessing the Kerner Commission and government policies that impact racial isolation and economic opportunity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

Siegel-Hawley, G., Diem, S., & Frankenberg, E. (April 2016). Merger, Undone: An Inter-Governmental Perspective on School District Consolidation and Fragmentation in Memphis, Tennessee. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

Thomas, T. & Frankenberg E. (2016, April). Understanding how high school racial/ethnic composition affects students’ educational aspirations and educational attainment. Population Association of America Conference, Washington D.C.

Frankenberg, E., Kotok, S., Schafft, K., & Mann, B. (November 2015). Influences on School Marketplace Decisions: Examining Transfers to Charter Schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, San Diego, CA.

Frankenberg, E., & Taylor, K. (November 2015). De facto segregation & the roots of racial inequality. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Education Law Association, Cleveland, OH.

Frankenberg, E. (April 2015). Understanding the Diversity and Equity of a New Generation of Controlled School Choice Policies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Siegel-Hawley, G., Diem, S., & Frankenberg, E. (April 2015). Examining The (De)Merger of the Memphis City and Shelby County School Systems. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Frankenberg, E., Kotok, S., & Schafft, K. (April 2015). Choice and Segregation: Exploring the Choices and their Consequences of Students’ Charter School Transfers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Frankenberg, E., & Kotok, S., (November 2014). Charter schools and the racial segregation of students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Washington, DC.

Frankenberg, E., Diem, S. L., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (2014). Overcoming the city-suburban educational divide? The merger of the Memphis City and Shelby County school systems. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Washington, DC.

Diem, S., Siegel-Hawley, G., Frankenberg, E., & Cleary, C. (2014). Consolidation vs. fragmentation: The relationship between school district boundaries and segregation in three southern metropolitan areas. Paper presented at the Education & Civil Rights Conference, Pennsylvania State University.

Frankenberg, E. (April 2014). A suburban school typology. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Frankenberg, E. (April 2014). Diversifying high schools in racially changing suburban districts: Expanding opportunity, creating barriers? Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., & Cleary, C. (April 2014). School desegregation after Parents Involved: The complications of pursuing diversity in a high-stakes accountability era. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., & Cleary, C. (November 2013). School Board Decision Making: The Political Context of Diversity in Urban-Suburban Communities. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council of Educational Administrators, Indianapolis, IN.

McDermott, K., DeBray, E., Frankenberg, E., & Fung-Morley, A. (April 2013). Assigning Opportunity: Student Assignment Policies, Race, and Class in Three School Districts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Frankenberg, E., & Kotok, S. (April 2013). Demography and Educational Politics in the Suburban Marketplace. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Lewis, T., Frankenberg, E., & Peterson, L. (April 2013). Moving beyond desegregation: The case of post-unitary Rockford Public Schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Green, P., Frankenberg, E.,  & Nelson, S. (April 2013). New Electoral Politics, Old Political Outcomes: Have Changing Demographics United White Enclaves and Lani Guinier? Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G. (April 2013). Southern Slippage: Growing School Segregation in the Most Integrated Region of the Country. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., Cleary, C., & Umi, N. (April 2013). Suburbanization & the Politics of Diversity: Local Policymaking in a Post-Desegregation Era. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Associations, San Francisco, CA.

Diem, S., Frankenberg, E., Cleary, C., & Umi, N. (April 2013). Suburbanization & the Resegregation of Southern School Districts. Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Green, P.C., Frankenberg, E., & Nelson, S.L. (2012, November). Dilution by any other name: A legal and political analysis of attempts to restructure the Wake County, NC school board. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Education Law Association, Hilton Head, SC.

Ogbu, N., and Frankenberg, E. (2012, November). Diversity forgotten: North Carolina’s charter school legislation and segregation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of UCEA, Denver, CO.

Frankenberg, E. (2012, April). Wither the suburban ideal? Understanding contemporary suburban school contexts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

DeBray, E., McDermott, K. A., Frankenberg, E., & Blankenship, A.  (2012, April). Lessons from a Federal Grant for School Diversity: Tracing a Theory of Change and Implementation of Local Policies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Frankenberg, E., McDermott, K. A., DeBray, E., & Blankenship, A. (2012, April). The Changing Politics of Diversity: Lessons from a Federal Technical Assistance Grant. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Faircloth, S., and Frankenberg, E. (2012, April). School Context, Teacher Characteristics and Indigenous Students: Findings from the 2007-2008 Schools and Staffing Survey. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Frankenberg, E., and Diem, S.  (2011, November). School Board Leadership & Policymaking in Changing Political Environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of UCEA, Pittsburgh, PA.

Diem, S., and Frankenberg, E. (2011, October).  Integration in an Era of Political and Legal Uncertainty. Paper presented at the annual meeting of AESA, St. Louis, MO.

Frankenberg, E.  (2011, April).  Understanding Suburban School District Transformation: A Typology of Suburban Districts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Frankenberg, E.  (2011, April).  Understanding How Resegregation Affects Schools: The Teachers’ Perspectives. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E.  (2011, April).  Segregation Despite State Civil Rights Legislation: The Case of Charter Schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Frankenberg, E. (2011, March). Suburban Change and the Schools: Places of Integration or Replicating Urban Inequality and Segregation? Paper presented at 41th annual meeting of Urban Affairs Association, New Orleans, LA.

Frankenberg, E., & Siegel-Hawley, G.  (2010, November). Choice without equity: Charter school segregation and the need for civil rights standards.  Paper presented at the annual research conference of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Boston, MA.

McDermott, K. A., Frankenberg, E., & DeBray, E. (2010, September). The New Race-Neutrality and the Changing Urban Education Regime. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Political Science Association, Washington, DC.

Frankenberg, E. (2010, August).  Suburban Change and the Schools: Places of Integration or Replicating Urban Inequality and Segregation?  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA.

DeBray-Pelot, E., Frankenberg, E., & McDermott, K. A.  (2010, May).  How Does Parents Involved in Community Schools Matter? Developing a Typology of Response.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Siegel-Hawley, G., & Frankenberg, E.  (2010, May).  Spaces of Inclusion? Teacher’s Perceptions of School Communities with Differing Student Racial and SES Composition. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Jacobsen, R., & Frankenberg, E.  (2010, March).  Measuring the impact of student diversity: How changing demographics require new definitions for “diverse” schools. Paper presented at 40th annual meeting of Urban Affairs Association, Honolulu, HI.

Frankenberg, E., & Jacobsen, R.  (2010, February).  Students’ School Engagements in Schools of Different Racial Context.  Paper presented at Sociology of Education Association conference, Monterey, CA.

Frankenberg, E.  (2009, April).  Understanding Racial (In)Stability of Students in Diverse Schools.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Jacobsen, R., Frankenberg, E., & Winchell, S. (2009, April).  Civic Engagement and School Racial Context: How differing schools result in different civic engagement.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Chavez, L., & Frankenberg, E.  (2009, April).  Post-Parents Involved Model? Berkeley Unified School District’s School Integration Plan.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

DeBray-Pelot, E. & Frankenberg, E. (2009, April).  Federal Legislation to Promote Metropolitan Approaches to Educational and Housing Opportunity in the South.  Paper presented  at conference, Looking to the Future: Legal and Policy Options for Racially Integrated Education in the South, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Frankenberg, E. (2008, March). Implementing the Sheff Remedy: Why Hasn’t Project Choice Met the Settlement Goals? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Frankenberg, E. and Taylor, A.  (2008, March).  Walking the Walk: Teacher candidates’ professed commitment to urban teaching and their subsequent career decisions.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Frankenberg, E. (2007, April). Dividing Lines: School Segregation in Jefferson County, Alabama since 1960. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Merseth, K. K., Frankenberg, E., and Taylor, A. (2007, April). Urban or Not? Changing Allegiances of Prospective Teachers in Urban Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Frankenberg, E. (2006, April). Lessons in Integration: Realizing the Promise of Racial Diversity in America’s Schools. Organizer, co-chair, and respondent of Symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Frankenberg, E. (2005, November). Fostering Racial Diversity and Equality in Schools: A Moral Imperative. Organizer, co-chair, and respondent of Symposium at the annual meeting of the Association of Moral Education, Cambridge, MA.

Frankenberg, E. (2005, August). The Effect of Splinter School Districts on Metropolitan Segregation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Frankenberg, E. and Lee, C. (2003, April). Demographic Trends for Brown’s Next Fifty Years. Paper presented at the New York University’s Brown Plus Fifty Conference, New York, NY.

Frankenberg, E. and Lee, C. (2003, April). Segregation Trends in Districts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Frankenberg, E. (2002, August). The Impact of School Segregation on Residential Housing Patterns: Mobile, AL and Charlotte, NC. Paper presented at Resegregation of Southern Schools? Conference, University of North Carolina Law School, Chapel Hill, NC.

Invited Presentations & Seminars (Selected)

Frankenberg, E. (March 2015). De facto segregation and the roots of racial inequality. Arizona State University, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Frankenberg, E., & Taylor, K. (December 2014). The overlooked branches: Understanding the contribution of the Civil Rights Act and ESEA to furthering desegregation. ESEA at 50 and Beyond. Russell Sage Foundation, New York, NY.

Frankenberg, E. (October 2014). Educational equity sixty years after Brown: Progress, setbacks, and possibilities for the future. Pennsylvania Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Frankenberg, E. (June 2014). Brown at 60: What is the state of segregation? What can be done? Summer Education Forum. Michigan State University College of Education, East Lansing, MI.

Frankenberg, E. (April 2014). Looking to the Future. Brown at 60, Civil Rights Act at 50. Michigan State College of Law, East Lansing, MI.

Frankenberg, E. (December 2012). The Resegregation of Suburban Schools: A Hidden Crisis In American Education. Pennsylvania Education Policy Forum, Pittsburgh, PA.

Frankenberg, E. (October 2012). Reassessing School-Housing Segregation Link in post-Parents Involved Era. Privatizing the Public Good:  Emerging Trends in K-16 Education Symposium, Wake Forest Law School, Winston-Salem, NC.

Frankenberg, E. (October 2012). Panelist, Public Education and the Future of Affirmative Action. Wayne County Community College District, Detroit, MI.

Frankenberg, E. (2012, May). Invited Plenary Session Participant, Supporting Pro-Integration Leaders in Diverse and Demographically Changing Schools. Advancing the Legacy of Mendez and Brown, Washington, D.C.

Frankenberg, E. (2012, April). School choice: Why it can deepen inequality. School Choice Forum, Educational Policy and Leadership Center, State College, PA.

Frankenberg, E. (2012, February). Research summary on suburban change. One Nation Indivisible Suburban Strategy Session: Supporting Educators in Demographically Changing Suburban Schools and Districts, Bloomfield Hills, MN.

Frankenberg, E. (2011, June).  Speaker, Charters, School Choice, and Equity in Public Education  Southern Education Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia.

DeBray, E., & Frankenberg, E.  (2010, October). Speaker, Promoting Metropolitan Approaches to Housing and Educational Opportunity.  U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C.

Frankenberg, E.  (2010, March).  Conference Speaker, Transforming Race: Crisis and Opportunity in the Age of Obama.  Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Ohio State University.

Frankenberg, E.  (2009, February).  Keynote Speaker, Magnet Schools of America Legislative Conference, Washington, D.C.

Frankenberg, E.  (2009, January).  Are Teachers Prepared for Racially Changing Schools?  Paper presented at National Summit on Interdistrict School Desegregation, Harvard Law School.

Frankenberg, E.  (2009, January).  Why Don’t We Use Transportation Money to Improve Segregated Schools?  Paper presented at National Summit on Interdistrict School Desegregation, Harvard Law School.

Frankenberg, E. (2008, November).  Speaker, Promoting Social Inclusion and Respect for Diversity in Early Childhood: What are the Research Findings?  Emerging Issues Roundtable, National Center for Children in Poverty, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.

Frankenberg, E.  (2008, June).  Speaker, CUBE (Council of Urban Boards of Education) Issues Seminar, Building Partnerships for Student Success: Parent, Family, and Community Involvement in Urban Schools.

Frankenberg, E.  (2008, February).  Speaker, The School Desegregation Cases and the Uncertain Future of Racial Equality.  Ohio State Law Journal Symposium.

Frankenberg, E. (2008, February). Speaker, Brown Undone? The Future of Integrated Primary and Secondary Education Post-PICS. Seattle University School of Law Symposium.

Frankenberg, E. & Garces, L. M. (2008, January). The Use of Social Science Evidence in Parents Involved and Meredith: Implications for Researchers and Schools. Paper presented at “The Future of School Integration in America: The Supreme Court Decision in Meredith v. Jefferson County Board of Education,” University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law.

Frankenberg, E. (2007, November).  Panelist, Reclaiming Integration and the Language of Race in the Aftermath of Parents v. Seattle and Meredith v. Jefferson County: A Racial Formative Approach. Toward a Transformative Agenda around Race Conference, Kirwan Institute for Race and Ethnicity, Ohio State University.

Frankenberg, E. (2007, November).  Panelist, Strategies to Promote Diversity in K-12 Education.  51st Annual Fall Conference of Council of Great City Schools.

Frankenberg, E.  (2007, October).  Panelist, 50 Years After the Integration of Little Rock: Where Are We Now? A World of Difference Institute, Unity Through Diversity Conference, Anti-Defamation League.

Frankenberg, E. (2007, October). Panelist, Who is Responsible for or Able to Help Solve Housing Problems? One People, One Nation? Housing and Social Justice: The Intersection of Race, Place, and Opportunity. University of North Carolina School of Law Center for Civil Rights.

Frankenberg, E. (2007, April).  Instructor for Professional Development session, Conducting and Evaluating Research that Responds to Legal Challenges to K-12 and Higher Education Race-Conscious Policies. American Educational Research Association annual meeting.

Frankenberg, E. (2006, November). Panelist, Challenge to Brown vs. Board Of Education: Will the Supreme Court Decision Resegregate Our Schools? Candid Conversations, Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Frankenberg, E. (2006, October).  Panelist, Is this the End of Brown?: the Challenge to Voluntary Efforts to Desegregate the Nation’s Public Schools. NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Civil Rights Training Institute, Airlie, Virginia.

Frankenberg, E. (2005, August). Teacher Attitudes about Race: What Do We Know? Invitation-only Teaching in Multiracial Schools Roundtable, Stanford University.

Frankenberg, E. (2005, May).  Keynote Speaker, Brown v. Board of Education Symposium. Birmingham Citizens for the Betterment of Education.

Frankenberg, E. (2004, May). Panelist, School Segregation: Fifty Years after Brown. Apollo Town Hall, Harlem, New York, NY.

Frankenberg, E. & Lee, C. (2003, December).  Segregation in Massachusetts’ Charter Schools.  Invited Briefing to Massachusetts State Legislature, Education Committee.

Frankenberg, E. (2003, February).  Panelist, Quality Education for Minorities Network Annual Meeting.  Washington, D.C

Frankenberg, E. (2002, October).  Panelist, Race and Education Workshop Series.  Columbia Law School, coordinated by Jack Greenberg.

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Research Funding

Principal Investigator. Understanding the diversity and equity of a new generation of controlled school choice policies. W.T. Grant Foundation. Amount of Award: $24,863.00.

Co-Principal Investigator (Principal Investigator Genevieve Siegel-Hawley).  Overcoming the city-suburban educational divide? The merger of the Memphis City & Shelby County school systems. Virginia Commonwealth University Presidential Research Quest Fund. Amount of award: $50,000.

Principal Investigator. Spatial Analysis of Contemporary School Segregation Patterns. Pennsylvania State University Social Science Research Institute.  Amount of award: $15,000.

Co-Principal Investigator. Assessing the Enrollment Trends of Charter Schools and the Financial Impact on Rural and Non-Rural School Districts in Pennsylvania. Center for Rural Pennsylvania. Amount of award: $14,988.00.

Price Family Endowment for Family Enhancement. Pennsylvania Educational Equity Project. (September 2012 – Present). Amount of award: $2,600.

Co-principal investigator. Diversity, Politics, and Educational Opportunity: Lessons from a Federal Technical Assistance Grant. Spencer Foundation.

Co-principal investigator (Principal Investigator Sarah Diem). Suburbanization and the Politics of Diversity: Local Policymaking in a Post-Desegregation Era.  University of Missouri Research Board. Amount of Award: $45,709.

Principal Investigator. Relationship of high school composition to post-secondary outcomes. Penn State College of Education.  Amount of award: $9,000.

Senior Research Personnel (Principal Investigator Gary Orfield).  Suburban Change and the Schools: The Effect on the Educational Opportunities of Poor and Minority Students.  Spencer Foundation.

Senior Research Personnel (Principal Investigator Gary Orfield).  Suburbs, Schools, and Race: Resegregation or Integration?  Ford Foundation.

Research Consultant (Principal Investigator Rebecca Jacobsen).  How Does School Racial Context Affect Students’ Civic and Political Engagement? Michigan State University.  Amount of award: $40,000

Dissertation Fellowship Recipient.  Advanced Doctoral Grant, Harvard Graduate School of Education, academic year 2007-08.  Amount of award: $12,000

Researcher. Dividing Lines. Dean’s Summer Research Fellowship, Harvard Graduate School of Education, summer 2007.  Amount of award: $3,000

Researcher.  Splintering School Districts.  Mark DeWolfe Howe Award, Harvard Law School, academic year 2005-06.  Amount of award: $4,000

Fellowship Recipient.  Harvard University second-year merit award, academic year 2004-05.  Amount of award: tuition, fees, stipend.

Fellowship Recipient.  Roy Larsen Research Award, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2003-04.  Amount of award: tuition, fees, stipend.

Teaching Experience

Pennsylvania State University, College of Education

•     EDLDR 597A (Education Policy Seminar, Spring 2011)

     EDLDR 533 (Politics of Local School Districts, Spring 2011, Fall 2012)

     EDLDR 528 (Educational Politics in the U.S., Fall 2011)

     EDTHP 420W (Education and Public Policy, Spring 2012)

     EDLDR/EDTHP/HIED 587 (Policy and Politics, Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2015)

     EDLDR 597A (Proseminar in Educational Leadership, Fall 2013, Fall 2014)

    EDLDR/EDTHP 597E (Civil Rights & Education, Spring 2014)

Michigan State University, College of Education

•EAD-853B Schools, Families, and Communities (Summer 2008)

•TE-250 Human Diversity, Power and Opportunity in Social Institutions (undergraduate level, Spring 2008)

Advising

•        Advise 4 undergraduate students and 12 graduate students

•        Co-chair 3 Ph.D dissertation (co-chaired one completed Ph.D. dissertation)

        Serve(d) as committee member of over a dozen other Ph.D or D.Ed. dissertations

        Advised two masters papers

PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Fellow, National Education Policy Center (2016-Present)

Faculty Fellow, Forum on the Future of Public Education (2013-Present)

Board member, Pennsylvania Educational Research Association (2014-present)

National Coalition for School Diversity, Research Advisory Panel (2011-Present)

Magnet Schools of America, Research Advisory Panel (2013-Present)

East Stroudsburg Area School District, Expert. PA. (August 2012 – January 2013).

Pitt County, North Carolina Unitary Status Case, Expert Witness. (June 2012 – Present).

Advising Jefferson County (Kentucky) Public Schools on their student assignment plan, Fall 2010-Fall 2011

Retained by plaintiffs in Sheff v. O’Neill as expert witness to testify about my research, Fall 2007

Expert witness retained by U.S. Department of Justice, Brumfield v. Dodd, December 2013-present

Reviewer

2003, 2007                  Teachers College Record

2007                             AERA Handbook on Educational Policy Research

2008, 2009, 2014       Sociology of Education

2008                             Peabody Journal of Education

2008                             American Sociological Review

2008                             Equity and Excellence in Education

2008                             Education Policy Analysis Archive

2009                             Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis

2010, 2011, 2014       American Journal of Education

2010                             Educational Researcher

2011                              Journal of Negro Education

2011, 2014                   Journal of Research on Rural Education

2011-2015                   American Educational Research Journal

2011                             Journal of School Leadership

2012                            Review of Research in Education

2013                            Educational Policy

2013                            Law & Social Inquiry

2014                            Journal of Research in Rural Education

2015                            Journal of Urban Affairs

Reviewed grant proposals for Spencer Foundation, W.T. Grant Foundation

Reviewed book manuscripts for Teachers College Press, University of Virginia Press, Harvard Education Press, Harvard University Press

Affiliations and Association Service

American Educational Research Association

    Member, Division L, Politics of Education Association SIG, Law and Education SIG

    Secretary, Division L, 2013-2015

•    Section Chair, Division L (Policy & Politics: Legal, Judicial, Intergovernmental Relations), 2011 Annual Meeting

•    Section Chair, Division L (Policy & Politics: Legal, Judicial, Intergovernmental Relations), 2012 Annual Meeting

    Affirmative Action Committee, Division L, 2010-2013

    Mentor, Clark Graduate Student Seminar, 2012 AERA Annual Meeting

    Proposal Reviewer, Division L (Policy and Politics), American Educational Research Association, Fall 2007; Fall 2012; Fall 2015

    Proposal Reviewer, Division G (Social Context), American Educational Research Association, August 2011

Discussant and/or chair of sessions at Annual Meeting of AERA, 2014 & 2015

Member, American Sociological Association

Member, Sociology of Education Association

National Planning Committee, Brown Plus Fifty Conference, sponsored by New York University’s Metro Center

University Service

Pennsylvania State University

  •   EDLDR Admissions Committee (2011-12)
  •   EDLDR Recruitment ad hoc subcommittee
  •   EPS Representative to College of Education Scholarship Committee (2012-3)
  •   EPS Curriculum Committee (Spring 2012)
  •   Advisor to EPS Student Association (Spring 2012)
  •   College of Education Committee on Faculty, Staff & Student Concerns (2012-3)
  •   Advisor at Large to EPS  (2012-13 through 2014-15)
  •   AILP Search Committee (2012-13)
  •   Advisor to Pennsylvania Educational Equity Project (2012-present)
  •   Willower Center, Co-Director. (2012 – Present)
  •   Lead, Conference Planning Committee for Civil Rights & Education Conference (2013-2014)
  •   EDLDR Ph.D. Review, Committee Member. (September 2013 – January 2014)
  •   Chair, EDLDR Search Committee (2014-5)
  •   Liaison between College of Education and Penn State School of Law Joint Degree Program (2013-present)

Other Professional Employment:

Research Assistant, The Civil Rights Project, Harvard Law School and Harvard Graduate School of Education, September 2001-September 2007.

Research Specialist, The Sheff Coalition, Hartford, CT, March 2007-June 2007.

Research Consulting, Annenberg Institute for School Reform, Brown University, July -August 2006.

Research Assistant, Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Teacher Education Program, September 2004-June 2007.

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