Kari’s research on race and socioeconomic educational inequality explores how student demographics, schools and interactions within them, communities, and policies affect unequal student outcomes and experiences (academically and otherwise).
Kari’s forthcoming book is:
Kari has written several peer-reviewed published articles, including:
- A Typology of Retaliation Strategies Against Social Aggression Among Adolescent Girls
- Culture or Bias? Racial and Ethnic Variation in Student-Teacher Effort Assessment Mismatch
- Seeing Race: Teaching Racial Segregation with the Racial Dot Map
- Socioeconomic Inequality in Decoding Instructions and Demonstrating Knowledge
- “Toxic Schools?” How School Exposures During Adolescence Influence Trajectories of Health Through Young Adulthood
Kari has also co-authored several Race to the Top policy evaluations for the state of North Carolina (see below), and has presented findings to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as well as the North Carolina State Board of Education.