Clarisse Haxton

Degree: 
Ph.D. Education Policy & Sociology, Graduate School of Education, May 2010
Year of Graduation: 
2010
Dissertation Topic: 
The Role of Families and Schools in a High School Choice Process: Information Access, Applications, and Admissions
Current Position: 
Research Analyst, American Institutes for Research (AIR)
Publications: 

Haxton, C.L. & Harknett, K. (2007, May). Racial and Gender Differences in Kin Support: A Mixed Methods Study of African American and Hispanic Couples. Paper submitted to the Journal of Family Issues.

Presentations: 
  • Seidenfeld, D., and Haxton, C. (2007, November). A Systematic Review of HIV/AIDS Education Evaluations for Youth in Sub Saharan Africa. Paper presented at the Association for Public Policy and Management (APPAM) annual conference, Washington D.C.

  • Haxton, C.L., LeBoeuf, W., & Maynard, R.A. (2007, June). Designing an Experimental Evaluation of Career Academies in Philadelphia. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual Institute for Education Sciences (IES) Research Conference, Washington, DC.

  • Haxton, C.L., Seidenfeld, D, & Maynard, R.A. (2007, June). When Two Negatives Make a Positive: Experimental Research on AIDS/Malaria Interventions in Zambia. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual Institute for Education Sciences (IES) Research Conference, Washington, DC.

  • Bradley, M.C., Haxton, C.L., & Maynard, R.A. (2006, November). To charter schools and back: What parents have to say. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Association for Public Policy and Management (APPAM) Research Conference, Madison, WI.