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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.
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