|Armor, David J.
||Lessons Learned from School Desegregation
|Bifulco, Robert, Ladd, Helen F., & Ross, Stephen
||Public School Choice and Integration: Evidence from Durham, North Carolina
|DeLuca, Stefanie, & Rosenblatt, Peter
||Does Moving to Better Neighborhoods Lead to Better Schooling Opportunitites? Parental School Choice in an Experimental Housing Voucher Program
|Garda, Robert A. Jr.
||The White Interest in School Integration
||Relation of Parental Involvement, Empowerment, and School Traits to Student Academic Performance
|Kaushal, Neeraj, & Nepomnyaschy, Lenna.
||Wealth, race/ethnicity, and children's educational outcomes
||Do Increased Levels of Parental Involvement Account for Social Class Differences in Track Placement?
|Koedel, Cory, Betts, Julian R., Rice, Lorien A., & Zau, Andrew C.
||The Social Cost of Open Enrollment as a School Choice Policy
||Peer Effects on Student Achievement: Evidence from Chile
|Mickelson, Roslyn A., & Southworth, Stephanie
||When Opting Out is not a Choice: Implications for NCLB's Transfer Option from Charlotte, North Carolina
||The School Compositional Effect of Single Parenthood on 10th-Grade Achievement
|Posey-Maddox, Linn, & Kimelbrg, Shelley McDonough
||Seeking a 'Critical Mass': Middle-Class Parents Collective Engagement in City Public Schooling
||Does Gender Composition of the Classroom Matter? A Comparison of Students' Academic and Social Outcomes in Single-Gender and Coed High School Classrooms
|Roberts, Amy, & Lakes, Richard D.
||Middle-Class Mothers on Urban School Selection in Gentrifying Areas
|Schneider, Mark, & Buckley, Jack
||What Do Parents Want from Schools? Evidence from the Internet
|Soderstrom, Martin, & Uusitalo, Roope
||School Choice and Segregation: Evidence from an Admission Reform
|Stewart, Endya B.
||Individual and School Structural Effects on African American High School Students' Academic Achievement
|Su, Jinni & Supple, Andrew J.
||School Substance Use Norms and Racial Composition Moderate Parental and Peer Influences on Adolescent Substance Use