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Welcome to the Diversity in Education Archive! This website has two searchable databases that contain detailed summaries of research about education.  The K-12 Integration, Desegregation, and Segregation Archive (below on the left), which initially was called the Spivack Archive and the K-16 STEM Archive (below on the right).

If you are interested in any social, behavioral, or educational research on the relationship between race, gender and socioeconomic composition of schools and classrooms and educational outcomes in K-12 schooling you will find the K-12 Integration, Desegregation, and Segregation Archive useful.

The K-16 STEM Archive, an outgrowth of the K-12 Integration, Desegregation, and Segregation Archive, focuses on social, behavioral, and educational research about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in higher education.

 

 

K-12 Integration, Desegregation, and Segregation Archive

Formerly known as the Spivack Archive, the K-12 Diversity Archive is a searchable database holding detailed abstracts of scholarship about the relationships among school and classroom ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic (SES) composition and a range of educational and non-educational outcomes from the earliest years through college and into adulthood. Read more

K-16 STEM Archive

The K-16 STEM Archive is a searchable database devoted to abstracts of social, educational, and behavioral science research primarily about the relationships among post-secondary, school and classroom ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic (SES) composition and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) outcomes in higher education. Read more

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About the Team

The K-12 Integration, Desegregation, and Segregation Archive was conceived and developed by Professor Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, Ph.D., Chancellor’s Professor and Professor of Sociology, Public Policy, and Women & Gender Studies at UNC Charlotte. Martha Cecilia Bottia, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor at UNC Charlotte, has been the lead researcher with the project since 2006. Read more

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