“Geography of Charter School Opportunity: The Case of New York City Subway Lines and Education Deserts”
Charisse Gulosino, an Associate Professor in the Leadership and Policy Studies Program at the University of Memphis, received her Doctorate in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Charisse was a Postdoctoral Research Associate and a faculty member of the Alfred Taubman Center for Public Policy and American Institutions at Brown University. Charisse is currently a Visiting Scholar/Professor in the Graduate School of Education and the Center for Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) at University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on the evaluation of educational policies and programs with a specific interest in school choice that enhance education access, equity, efficiency and results-based accountability. She has applied geospatial, financial and organizational behavior analyses to the study of charter schools in metropolitan education markets.