Huriya Jabbar
Huriya Jabbar
University of Southern California
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“Every kid is money” market-like competition and school leader strategies in New Orleans
H Jabbar
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 37 (4), 638-659, 2015
The hub and the spokes: Foundations, intermediary organizations, incentivist reforms, and the politics of research evidence
J Scott, H Jabbar
Educational Policy 28 (2), 233-257, 2014
Rethinking teacher turnover: Longitudinal measures of instability in schools
JJ Holme, H Jabbar, E Germain, J Dinning
Educational Researcher 47 (1), 62-75, 2018
Intermediary organizations in charter school policy coalitions: Evidence from New Orleans
E DeBray, J Scott, C Lubienski, H Jabbar
Educational Policy 28 (2), 175-206, 2014
Selling schools: Marketing and recruitment strategies in New Orleans
H Jabbar
Peabody Journal of Education 91 (1), 4-23, 2016
Using bibliometric and social media analyses to explore the “echo chamber” hypothesis
D Goldie, M Linick, H Jabbar, C Lubienski
Educational Policy 28 (2), 281-305, 2014
The competitive effects of school choice on student achievement: A systematic review
H Jabbar, CJ Fong, E Germain, D Li, J Sanchez, WL Sun, M Devall
Educational Policy 36 (2), 247-281, 2022
The behavioral economics of education: New directions for research
H Jabbar
Educational Researcher 40 (9), 446-453, 2011
Échale ganas”: Family support of Latino/a community college students’ transfer to four-year universities
H Jabbar, C Serrata, E Epstein, J Sánchez
Journal of Latinos and Education 18 (3), 258-276, 2019
Competitive networks and school leaders’ perceptions: The formation of an education marketplace in post-Katrina New Orleans
H Jabbar
American Educational Research Journal 52 (6), 1093-1131, 2015
The intermediary function in evidence production, promotion, and utilization: The case of educational incentives
J Scott, C Lubienski, E DeBray, H Jabbar
Using research evidence in education: From the schoolhouse door to Capitol …, 2014
Recruiting “talent”: School choice and teacher hiring in New Orleans
H Jabbar
Educational Administration Quarterly 54 (1), 115-151, 2018
Complex pathways to transfer: A qualitative comparative analysis of the transition from community college to 4-year university
H Jabbar, S McKinnon-Crowley, C Serrata
AERA open 5 (2), 2332858419852039, 2019
Thinking through transfer: Examining how community college students make transfer decisions
H Jabbar, E Epstein, J Sánchez, C Hartman
Community College Review 49 (1), 3-29, 2021
How political and ecological contexts shape community college transfer
L Schudde, H Jabbar, C Hartman
Sociology of Education 94 (1), 65-83, 2021
How policymakers define ‘evidence’: The politics of research use in New Orleans
H Jabbar, PG La Londe, E Debray, J Scott, C Lubienski
Policy Futures in Education 12 (8), 1013-1027, 2014
Race and school vouchers: Legal, historical, and political contexts
MA Gooden, H Jabbar, MS Torres, Jr
Peabody Journal of Education 91 (4), 522-536, 2016
Evidence Use and Advocacy Coalitions: Intermediary Organizations and Philanthropies in Denver, Colorado.
J Scott, H Jabbar, P LaLonde, E DeBray, C Lubienski
Education Policy Analysis Archives 23 (124), n124, 2015
‘Drenched in the past:’the evolution of market-oriented reforms in New Orleans
H Jabbar
Journal of Education Policy 30 (6), 751-772, 2015
Between structure and agency: Contextualizing school leaders’ strategic responses to market pressures
H Jabbar
American Journal of Education 122 (3), 399-431, 2016
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