Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
Associate Professor, Department of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Opportunity hoarding in school choice contexts: The role of policy design in promoting middle-class parents’ exclusionary behaviors
C Sattin-Bajaj, A Roda
Educational Policy 34 (7), 992-1035, 2020
Leveling the playing field for high school choice: Results from a field experiment of informational interventions
SP Corcoran, JL Jennings, SR Cohodes, C Sattin-Bajaj
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Unaccompanied Minors: Immigrant Youth, School Choice and the Pursuit of Equity
C Sattin-Bajaj
Harvard Education Press, 2014
Surviving at the street level: How counselors’ implementation of school choice policy shapes students’ high school destinations
C Sattin-Bajaj, JL Jennings, SP Corcoran, EC Baker-Smith, C Hailey
Sociology of Education 91 (1), 46-71, 2018
Making migration work
MM Suárez-Orozco, C Suarez-Orozco, C Sattin-Bajaj
Peabody journal of education 85 (4), 535-551, 2010
Are ELL students underrepresented in charter schools? Demographic trends in New York City, 2006–2008
J Buckley, C Sattin-Bajaj
Journal of School Choice 5 (1), 40-65, 2011
Educating the whole child for the whole world: The Ross School model and education for the global era
MM Suárez-Orozco, C Sattin-Bajaj
NYU Press, 2012
Deportations near the schoolyard: Examining immigration enforcement and racial/ethnic gaps in educational outcomes
JJ Kirksey, C Sattin-Bajaj, MA Gottfried, J Freeman, CS Ozuna
Aera Open 6 (1), 2332858419899074, 2020
Racial disparities in pre-K quality: Evidence from New York City’s universal pre-K program
S Latham, SP Corcoran, C Sattin-Bajaj, JL Jennings
Educational Researcher 50 (9), 607-617, 2021
Unaccompanied minors: How children of Latin American immigrants negotiate high school choice
C Sattin-Bajaj
American Journal of Education 121 (3), 381-415, 2015
Home-School Conflicts and Barriers to the Academic Achievement of Children of Latin American Immigrants.
CS Bajaj
Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education 6 (1), 5-19, 2009
The road to school: How far students travel to school in the choice-rich cities of Denver, Detroit, New Orleans, New York City, and Washington, DC
K Blagg, M Chingos, SP Corcoran, SA Cordes, J Cowen, P Denice, ...
Urban Institute Student Transportation Working Group, https://www. urban …, 2018
Two roads diverged: Exploring variation in students’ school choice experiences by socioeconomic status, parental nativity, and ethnicity
C Sattin-Bajaj
Journal of School Choice 8 (3), 410-445, 2014
Immigration arrests and educational impacts: Linking ICE arrests to declines in achievement, attendance, and school climate and safety in California
JJ Kirksey, C Sattin-Bajaj
AERA Open 7, 23328584211039787, 2021
It’s hard to separate choice from transportation
C Sattin-Bajaj
Urban Institute, 2018
When do informational interventions work? Experimental evidence from New York City high school choice
SR Cohodes, SP Corcoran, JL Jennings, C Sattin-Bajaj
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 01623737231203293, 2022
Motor city miles: Student travel to schools in and around Detroit
J Cowen, DS Edwards, C Sattin-Bajaj, M Cosby
Urban Institute, 2018
Matching students to opportunity: Expanding college choice, access, and quality
AP Kelly, JS Howell, C Sattin-Bajaj
Harvard Education Press, 2016
Schools as sanctuaries? Examining the relationship between immigration enforcement and absenteeism rates for immigrant-origin children
C Sattin-Bajaj, JJ Kirksey
Absent from school: Understanding and addressing student absenteeism, 101-120, 2019
Informing Immigrant Families about High School Choice in New York City: Challenges and Possibilities.
C Sattin-Bajaj
National Center on School Choice, Vanderbilt University (NJ1), 2009
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