Areas of Study
Tracking and Educational Stratification, Race and School Segregation, and the Outcomes and Unintended Consequences of Education Reform
Kenya Lee is a first-year graduate student in Sociology and a graduate affiliate with the Center for Research on Educational Opportunity (CREO) and Program for Interdisciplinary Education Research (ND PIER). She received a B.A. in Public Policy with minors in Education and African American and Diaspora studies from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining the graduate program at Notre Dame, she served as a college adviser through Americorps/The College Advising Corps in rural Northeastern North Carolina where she assisted low-income, first generation, and underrepresented students in navigating the college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship application processes. Her current research interests include tracking and educational stratification, race and school segregation, and the outcomes and unintended consequences of education reform.