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Sarah ReckhowAssistant Professor, Political Science
Education policy, urban politics, nonprofits and philanthropy, racial and ethnic politics
How private foundations fund research and advocacy in order to shape education charter school policy; philanthropy in education politics
Reckhow, Sarah. 2013. Follow the Money: How Foundation Dollars Change Public School Politics. New York: Oxford University Press.
Reckhow, Sarah and Jeffrey W. Snyder. 2014. “The Expanding Role of Philanthropy in Education Politics.” Educational Researcher. 43(4): 186-195.
Lester, T. William and Sarah Reckhow. 2013. “Network Governance and Regional Equity: Shared Agendas or Problematic Partners?” Planning Theory. 12(2): 115-138.
Reckhow, Sarah. 2009. “The Distinct Patterns of Organized and Elected Representation of Racial and Ethnic Groups.” Urban Affairs Review. 45(2): 188-217.
Media CoverageArne Duncan’s Legacy: Growing Influence of a Network of Private Actors on Public Education
D.C. schools attracted record amounts of philanthropy in recent years
MSU education scholars named top influencers