Research

Refereed Publications

Scott, J., DeBray, E., Lubienski, C., La Londe, P. G., Castillo, E., & Owens, S. (2017). Urban regimes, intermediary organization networks, and research use: Patterns across three school districts. Peabody Journal of Education, 92(1), 16–28.

Kagan, S. L., Castillo, E., Gomez, R. E., & Gowani, S. (2013). Understanding and using early learning standards for young children globally. International journal of child care and education policy, 7(2), 5–23.

Book Chapters

Scott, J., DeBray, E., Lubienski, C., Hanley, J., Castillo, E., & Hedges, S. L. (2018). The politics of charter school evidence in local context: The case of Los Angeles. In M. Berends, R. J. Waddington, & J. A. Schoenig (Eds.), School choice at the crossroads: Research perspectives (pp. 206-234). New York, NY: Routledge.

Reports

Fuller, B., Castillo, E., Lee, J., & Ugarte, C. (2016). Will $4 billion in new spending make a difference? Narrowing achievement gaps in Los Angeles: Progress and inequality as LAUSD implements local control funding. Berkeley, CA: University of California.

Fuller, B., Castillo, E., Nguyen, T., & Thai, A. (2015). Expanding preschool in New York City: Lifting poor children or middling families? Berkeley, CA: University of California.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Castillo, E. “Doing what it takes to keep the school open”: The philanthropic networks of progressive charter schools.

Castillo, E. A neoliberal grammar of schooling: Examining the organizational survival of progressive charter schools.

Castillo, E. What kind of progressive education? The case of charter schools.

Castillo, E., La Londe, P. G., & Owens, S., Scott, J., DeBray, E., & Lubienski, C. (Forthcoming). E-Advocacy among intermediary organizations: Brokering knowledge through blogs. Urban Education.

Hernandez, L. E., & Castillo, E. Citizenship development and charter schools: Assessing the market’s impact on democratic learning. (R&R at Educational Policy)