Race, Representation and Family Structure in Networked Systems of Public Education

There is a large body of research on race, race-relations, and representation in public administration and public policy.

I will briefly discuss my research on race and representation in the context of juvenile justice and then turn to a larger body of research on the networked systems of U.S. public education to help contextualize EnTIRE’s research focus on classroom learning environments. I’ll conclude by highlighting my research on family structure with implications for policies supporting students and their families.

Author: Susan Day