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Working Paper#5 is by Young & Hannum. "Childhood Inequality in China"
Young, Natalie A. E. and Emily Hannum. 2018 "Childhood Inequal (More)
New Working Paper #4 By Liu, Alvarado-Urbina, and Hannum on Latin America
Liu, Ran, Andrea Alvarado-Urbina, and Emily Hannum. 2019. "More)
New Working Paper #3: "Gender-Math Stereotype, Biased Self-Assessment, and Aspiration in STEM Careers: The Gender Gap among Early Adolescents in China" By Ran Liu
Liu, Ran. 2018 "Gender-Math Stereotype, Biased Self-Assessment, a (More)
New Working Paper by Natalie Young "Getting the Teacher’s Attention: Parent-Teacher Contact and Teachers’ Behavior in the Classroom"
New Penn Education and Inequality Working Paper: Young, Natalie A. E. 2020. "Getting the Teacher’s Attention: Parent-Te (More)
New Working Paper by Natalie Young on International Schools in China
Take a look at this New Penn Education and Inequality Working Paper: Young, Natalie A. E. 2018. "Departing from the Bea (More)
Workshop alum Natalie Young published in Social Forces
Workshop alum Natalie Young published “Getting the Teacher’s Attention: Parent-Teacher Contact and Teachers’ Behavior in the Classroom.” Social Forces, soz177. (More)
Phoebe Ho and Grace Kao have published a new paper in the Journal of Family Issues
Phoebe Ho and Grace Kao published "Are All Immigrant Families Created Equal? The Acculturation and Social Integration of Mixed-Nativity Families" in Journal of Family Issues (2020). (More)
Workshop alum Wensong Shen recently published in Social Science Research
Workshop alum Wensong Shen published "A tangled web: The reciprocal relationship between depression and educational outcomes in China." Social Science Research 85 (2020): 102353. (More)
Workshop alum Ran Liu and participants Andrea Urbina and Emily Hannum published a paper together in the American Educational Research Journal
Workshop alum Ran Liu and participants Andrea Urbina and Emily Hannum published a paper together: Liu, R., Alvarado-Urbina, A., & Hannum, E. (2020). Differences at the Extremes? Gender, National (More)
Grace Kao in Omnia Magazine
Grace Kao discussed disparities among education, wealth, and race in the latest edition of Omnia. Grace's article begins on p. 35 of the magazine. (More)
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