Erin M. Fahle

Assistant Professor
Administrative and Instructional Leadership
Erin Fahle is an Assistant Professor at the St. John’s University School of Education. In her work, she develops and applies complex statistical methods to study the variation in students’ educational experiences across the U.S., with a focus on understanding the mechanisms that reproduce educational inequalities. Erin is particularly interested in how gender limits children's' educational opportunities within their homes, schools, and neighborhoods. Her research on gender inequality has been published in Educational Researcher and featured in the New York Times and the Atlantic. She holds a Ph.D. in Education Policy from Stanford University, as well as a B.S. in Mathematics (2008) and a M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Statistics (2009) from Georgetown University.

Teaching Interests

Quantitative Research Methods; Statistics, Education Policy

Research Interests

Education Policy; Gender Studies; Quantitative Methods

Courses Taught

EDU
5701
CRIT ANAL & REV OF RES IN ED
EDU
5990
DOCTORAL RESEARCH SEMINAR
EDU
7211
EDU RES & DATA ANALYSIS II
EDU
7901
ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
EDU
7990
DOCTORAL RESEARCH SEMINAR