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aishaLowe

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Aisha is inspired by the potential of education to change lives and communities. It is her personal mission to see every American child have equal access to a high-quality education. She is also inspired by the beauty of nature and God’s creation. You may find her admiring the sky or the ocean.

Aisha N. Lowe, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Education Coordinator of Research, School of Education Director, Office of Academic Research

Education


  • CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Alliant International University, 2007

  • Ph.D. Psychological Studies of Education from Stanford University, 2006

  • M.A. Sociology from Stanford University, 2004

  • B.A. (with honors) Psychology from Stanford University

Work

Presentations:
  • The State of Black and Latino Education in California: Policy and Community Solutions
  • Contending with Legacy: Stereotype Threat, Racial Identity, and School Culture
  • Establishing an Improved Accountability System for Under performing Charter Schools at the Time of Renewal
  • The Performance of African American Students in California's Charters
  • Portrait of the Movement: Charter School Performance in California
  • Measuring Charter School Effectiveness Using a Similar Students Measure
  • On Social Identity and Achievement Goals Among Early Adolescent Latinos: Patterns, Dynamics, and Relation to Educational Outcomes
Publications:
  • Chartering and choice as an achievement gap-closing reform: The success of California charter schools in promoting African American achievement
  • Charter trends in California’s high need districts (Editor)
  • A longitudinal analysis of charter school performance in Oakland Unified School District: A district and neighborhood matched comparison analysis
  • Contending with legacy: Stereotype threat, racial identity, and school culture
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