Assistant Professor of Sociology
Ph.D. (Sociology) 2009, Columbia University; M.Phil. (Education) 2003, University of Cambridge; B.A. (Public and International Affairs) 2000, Princeton University.
Puck Building, Room 4121, 295 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10012
On Leave: by appointment only.
Areas of Research/Interest:
Education; stratification; health; class, race, and gender disparities in educational achievement.
|Forthcoming||DiPrete, Thomas A.,
& Jennifer L. Jennings. Social and Behavioral Skills and the Gender
Gap in Early Educational Achievement. Social Science Research.|
L. School Choice or Schools’ Choice? Managing in an Era of
Accountability. Sociology of Education 83: 227-247.|
|2010||Jennings, Jennifer L.,
& Thomas A. DiPrete. Teacher Effects on Social and Behavioral
Skills in Elementary School. Sociology of Education 83: 135-159.|
|2010||Pallas, Aaron, &
Jennifer L. Jennings. A Multiplex Theory of Urban Service Distribution:
The Case of School Expenditures. Urban Affairs Review 45: 608-643.|
|2009||Pallas, Aaron, &
Jennifer L. Jennings. Cumulative Knowledge about Cumulative Advantage.
Swiss Journal of Sociology 35: 211-229. |
|2009||Jennings, Jennifer L.,
& Andrew A. Beveridge. How Does Test Exemption Affect Schools’ and
Students’ Academic Performance? Educational Evaluation and Policy
Analysis 31: 153-175.|
Jennifer. Learning to Label: Gender, Socialization, and High-Stakes
Testing in Elementary School. British Journal of Sociology of Education
Jennifer. Below the Bubble: “Educational Triage” and the Texas
Accountability System. American Educational Research Journal 42: