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Demetra Kalogrides

Demetra Kalogrides

Demetra Kalogrides (dkalo@stanford.edu) is a research associate at the Center for Education Policy Analysis. She supports various CEPA projects with data management and statistical analysis. She also collaborates on studies with Sean Reardon and Susanna Loeb. Her research interests include inequality in educational attainment and achievement, teacher and principal labor markets, school segregation, and quantitative methods. Kalogrides received a bachelor's degree in sociology from Santa Clara University and a Masters and PhD in sociology from the University of California at Davis.

Using student test scores to measure principal performance. Jason Grissom, Demetra Kalogrides, Susanna Loeb. Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Forthcoming.
Different teachers, different peers: The magnitude of student sorting within schools. Demetra Kalogrides, Susanna Loeb. Educational Researcher, 42(6), pp. 304-316. 2013.
Left Behind? The Effect of No Child Left Behind on Academic Achievement Gaps. Sean F. Reardon, Erica H. Greenberg, Demetra Kalogrides, Kenneth A. Shores, Rachel A. Valentino. 2013.
Patterns and Trends in Racial Academic Achievement Gaps Among States, 1999-2011. Sean F. Reardon, Rachel A. Valentino, Demetra Kalogrides, Kenneth A. Shores, Erica H. Greenberg. 2013.
Systematic sorting: Teacher characteristics and class assignments. Demetra Kalogrides, Susanna Loeb, Tara Beteille. Sociology of Education, 86(2), pp. 103-123. 2013.
Brown fades: The end of court-ordered school desegregation and the resegregation of American public schools. Sean F. Reardon, Elena Grewal, Demetra Kalogrides, Erica Greenberg. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 31(4), pp. 876-904. 2012.
Stepping stones: Principal career paths and school outcomes. Tara Beteille, Demetra Kalogrides, Susanna Loeb. Social Science Research, 41(4), pp. 904–919. 2012.
Effective schools: Teacher hiring, assignment, development, and retention. Susanna Loeb, Tara Beteille, Demetra Kalogrides. Education Finance and Policy, 7(3), pp. 269–304. 2012.

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