Milano Professor Darrick Hamilton Confronts Inequality Through Economics

Milano Professor Darrick Hamilton Confronts Inequality Through Economics

“The Milano School and New School for Social Research faculty member has been in high demand amid growing public awareness of racial, gender, and class inequality. A self-proclaimed stratification economist, Hamilton has spent his career solidifying a theoretical approach that takes into consideration structural factors — public policy, intergenerational … Continue Reading →
CALCULUS OF RACE AND CLASS: A NEW LOOK AT THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP IN NEW YORK CITY SCHOOLS

CALCULUS OF RACE AND CLASS: A NEW LOOK AT THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP IN NEW YORK CITY SCHOOLS

By Nicole Mader and Ana Carla Sant’anna Costa   Decades of national research have documented the “achievement gap” among students of different racial and ethnic groups as measured by their scores on standardized tests, with White and Asian students generally outperforming their Black and Hispanic … Continue Reading →