The Penn Education and Inequality Working Papers Series is intended to allow workshop participants and alumni to share their research to a broad audience. Current and former workshop participants may submit a paper or preprint for consideration by sending it to: email@example.com. Please include the following information along with your paper: abstract, keywords, affiliations and a URL (if available) for all authors. Current students should additionally provide an email indicating support/approval of their submission from a faculty advisor. Publishing your preprint or working paper here in the ScholarlyCommons@Penn does not preclude publication elsewhere, and your paper can be edited to include updates or link out to other published versions as desired.
Submissions from 2019
Differences at the Extremes? Gender, National Contexts, and Math Performance in Latin America, Ran Liu, Andrea Alvarado-Urbina, and Emily Hannum
Submissions from 2018
Gender-Math Stereotype, Biased Self-Assessment, and Aspiration in STEM Careers: The Gender Gap among Early Adolescents in China, Ran Liu
Departing from the Beaten Path: International Schools in China as Response to Discrimination and Academic Failure in the Chinese Educational System, Natalie A. E. Young
Childhood Inequality in China, Natalie A. E. Young and Emily Hannum