Profile

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
Profesora Asistente y Codirectora

Spanish

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj es profesora asistente en el departamento de liderazgo, gerencia y políticas de educación y también codirectora del Center for College Readiness de la Seton Hall University. Su investigación se enfoca en las experiencias de las familias latinas inmigrantes en el sistema educativo con un énfasis en la selección de escuela y los puntos de transición educativa. El trabajo de Sattin-Bajaj ha aparecido en una variedad de revistas académicas y medios de prensa populares, como la Peabody Journal of Education, la Journal of School Choice, la American Journal of Education, The Huffington Post y la NPR. Su libro sobre la selección de escuela secundaria en la Ciudad de Nueva York “Unaccompanied Minors: Immigrant Youth, School Choice, and the Pursuit of Equity” fue publicado en 2014. Sattin-Bajaj es coeditora de “Matching Students to Post-Secondary Opportunities: Expanding College Choice, Access and Quality”. Obtuvo su doctorado y maestría en educación internacional de la New York University y un diploma de pregrado en política pública de la Duke University. Antes de recibir su doctorado, trabajó en la reforma de escuela secundaria en el Departamento de Educación de la Ciudad de Nueva York.

English

Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj is an assistant professor in the department of education leadership, management, and policy and co-director of the Center for College Readiness at Seton Hall University. Her research focuses on Latino immigrant-origin families’ experiences negotiating education systems with an emphasis on school choice and points of educational transition. Sattin-Bajaj’s work has appeared in a variety of academic journals and popular media outlets, including the Peabody Journal of Education, Journal of School Choice, American Journal of Education, The Huffington Post and NPR. Her book on high school choice in New York City, “Unaccompanied Minors: Immigrant Youth, School Choice, and the Pursuit of Equity,” was published in 2014. She is co-editor of “Matching Students to Post-Secondary Opportunities: Expanding College Choice, Access and Quality.” Sattin-Bajaj earned a doctorate and master’s degree in international education from New York University and a bachelor’s in public policy from Duke University. Prior to earning her doctorate, she worked on secondary school reform at the New York City Department of Education. Contact: