Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Boatman, A. R., & Bennett, C. T. (Forthcoming). A switch in time: The academic effects of shifting math remediation from college to high school. Education Finance and Policy. Link.
Bennett, C. T., Evans, B. J., & Marsicano, C. R. (Forthcoming). Taken for granted?: Effects of loan-reduction initiatives on student borrowing, admission metrics, and campus diversity. Research in Higher Education. Link.
Submitted for Peer Review
Kane, T., Boatman, A., Kozakowski, W., Bennett. C. T., Hitch, R., & Weisenfeld, D. (Conditionally accepted, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management). Is college remediation a barrier or boost?: Evidence from the Tennessee SAILS program. Link to NBER working paper.
Bennett, C. T. (Revise & resubmit, American Educational Research Journal). Untested admissions: Effects of test-optional policies on application behaviors and student body composition. Link to working paper.
Ecton, W. G., Bennett, C. T., Nienhusser, H. K., Castillo-Montoya, M., & Dougherty, S. M. (Revise & resubmit, AERA Open). If you fund them, will they come?: Findings from a Ph.D. student fellowship program.
Research/Technical Reports and Other Publications
Kane, T., Boatman, A. R., Kozakowski, W., Bennett, C. T., Hitch, R., & Weisenfeld, D. (2020). Is college remediation a barrier or a boost? Evidence from Tennessee. Education Next, 20(2), 64-71. Link.
Cataldi, E. F., Bennett, C. T., & Chen, X. (2018). First-generation students: College access, persistence, and postbachelor’s outcomes. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES 2018-421). Link.
Kane, T., Boatman, A. R., Kozakowski, W., Bennett, C. T., Hitch, R., & Weisenfeld, D. (2018). Remedial math goes to high school: An evaluation of the Tennessee SAILS program. Research report. Cambridge, MA: Center for Education Policy Research, Harvard University. Link.
Wine, J. S., Janson, N., Siegel, P. H., & Bennett, C. T. (2013). 2008/09 Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study (B&B:08/09) full-scale methodology report. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES 2014-041). Link.