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We receive applications from across the world, guaranteeing that our student body represents a broad spectrum of ethnicities and cultures. Because of this, one of the main values of the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education is met—diversity. We want to reach out to those from various cultures so that they can make a difference within their own communities.

Prospective students should visit the Admissions website for program requirements, application instructions, and deadlines.

Student Publications

Espinet, I. (in press) Changing Hats: From Practitioners to Practitioner-Researchers in Fisherkeller (ed.) International Perspectives in Youth Media: Cultures of Production & Education. NY: Peter Lang Publishers, Inc.

Futch, V., & Jaffe-Walter, R. (in press). "Everybody has an accent here": Cultivating small schools that work for English language learners in New York City. In W. Pink (Ed.), Schools and Marginalized Youth: An International Perspective. Cresskill: Hampton Press.

Jaffe-Walter, R. & Lee, S. (in press). "To trust in my root and to take that to go forward": Supporting college access for immigrant youth in the global city". Anthropology and Education Quarterly.
Rubel, L., Chu, H., & Shookhoff, L. (in press). Learning to map and mapping to learn our students' worlds. Mathematics Teacher.

Flores, N., & Chu, H. (2011). How does size matter? The impact of the rise of small high schools on Latino emergent bilinguals in New York City. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 14(2), 157-172.

GarcĂ­a, O., Flores, N., & Chu, H. (2011). Extending bilingualism in U.S. secondary education: New variations. International Multilingual Research Journal, 5(1), 1-18.

Chu, H. (2010). The Colombian Population of New York City, 1990-2008. New York: Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies.

Chu, H., & Rubel, L. H. (2010). Learning to teach mathematics in urban high schools: Untangling the threads of interwoven narratives. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 3(2), 57-76.

Fusco, D. & Espinet, I. (2010). Shared Research Dialogue: One College's Model for Professional Development ofYouth Practitioners Afterschool Matters, 10.

Stafne, M.(2010) "Integrating service and experience: When education meets admissions" in Journal of Museum Education, Vol. 35, N3.

Espinet, I. (2008) Book Review: Robert Halpern's Critical Issues in After-School Programming. Afterschool Matters, 8.

Jaffe-Walter, R. (2008) Negotiating Mandates and memories: Inside a small schools network for immigrant youth. Teachers College Record, 110 (9).