Author

Anna J. Egalite

    Author Bio:
    Anna J. Egalite is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development at North Carolina State University.


Articles

How Family Background Influences Student Achievement

Can schools narrow the gap?

Spring 2016 / Vol. 16, No. 2

The Louisiana Scholarship Program

Contrary to Justice Department claims, student transfers improve racial integration

WINTER 2014 / Vol. 14, No. 1

Blog Posts/Multimedia

Five Questions About Data Use for School Leaders

This school year, take charge of your data.

08/28/2018

School Leaders Can Help Reduce Minority Teacher Turnover

Teacher turnover and shortages are challenges that the entire education field faces, but these challenges are especially acute for teachers of color.

08/23/2018

Three Questions About Education Leadership Research

The research in this area is incomplete, but a recent development makes us hopeful that better data are on the horizon.

08/21/2018

The Effect of Louisiana’s Voucher Program on School Integration: A Response to The Century Foundation

As the lead author of the 2017 Louisiana study referenced in this report, I must address Potter’s misrepresentation of our research.

03/27/2017

The Many Ways Teacher Diversity May Benefit Students

At least three distinct theories have been proposed about how moving away from a majority-white teacher workforce would be beneficial for students of color.

08/22/2016

Rethinking Charter School Evaluations When the Gold Standard Is Off the Table

The methods used by the Center for Research on Educational Outcomes (CREDO) to analyze charter school effectiveness offer a reasonable alternative when the gold standard is not feasible or possible.

11/09/2015

Education without Representation

As the diversity of students in our schools continues to grow, the arguments for policies meant to improve representation among teachers have more and more evidence to support them.

03/16/2015

Can an Online College Course Live Up to Students’ Expectations?

What we learned by teaching “Saving Schools: History, Politics and Policy in U. S. Education,” our first Massive Open Online Course

01/20/2015
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