Josefina Senese

Graduate Student, Boston University

Josefina Senese is a second-year doctoral student in Educational Policy Studies. Her research interests center on market-oriented reforms in the United States and abroad. Josefina is interested in analyzing the effect of school-choice policies on student achievement, school competition, and segregation within and across schools. She is currently working on the impact of such policies on Students with Disabilities, especially regarding access and quality of services provided. Before joining BU, Josefina worked as a research consultant for the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame. She also worked in Washington, DC, for the Office of Learning and Impact at the Inter-American Foundation and the Organization of American States.

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