Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Kane, T., Boatman, A., Kozakowski, W., Bennett. C. T., Hitch, R., & Weisenfeld, D. (2021). Is college remediation a barrier or boost? Evidence from the Tennessee SAILS program. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. Link. NBER working paper.
Bennett, C. T. (2021). Untested admissions: Changes in application behaviors and student demographics under test-optional policies. American Educational Research Journal. Link.
Bennett, C. T., Evans, B. J., & Marsicano, C. R. (2020). Taken for granted?: Effects of loan-reduction initiatives on student borrowing, admission metrics, and campus diversity. Research in Higher Education. Link.
Boatman, A. R., & Bennett, C. T. (2020). A switch in time: The academic effects of shifting math remediation from college to high school. Education Finance and Policy. Link.
Submitted for Peer Review
Ecton, W. G., Bennett, C. T., Nienhusser, H. K., Castillo-Montoya, M., & Dougherty, S. M. (Conditionally accepted, 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.