Leah Glassow-Hill

University of Gothenburg | Department of Education and Special Education | 41117 Gothenburg | Sweden

PhD Project

Teaching quality and school segregation: perpetuating inequalities

  • Investigate mechanisms of teacher allocation to schools as a function of market mechanisms (e.g., privatization, marketization) and school segregation (school composition, resources, climate, urban/rural)
  • Study effects on student achievement and equity on country level using fixed-effects analyses (PISA 2000-2015 and TIMSS 1995-2015 data)
  • Identify the role of formal learning opportunities in the reproduction of educational inequalities

Curriculum Vitae

Education
  • 2018: Master of Science in Child Studies at Jönköping University in Jönköping, Sweden
  • 2017: Master of Education in Developmental Psychology and Education at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, in Toronto, Canada
  • 2014: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & English Literature at University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada
Work Experience
  • 2017: Learning specialist & assessment, Evoke Learning in Toronto, Canada
  • 2016-2017: Research assistant at Consciousness and Wisdom Studies Lab (CWSL), University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada
  • 2015-2017: Teaching assistant and lecturer at University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada
Publications and Presentations
  • Glassow-Hill, L. (2018). Functional near-infrared spectroscopy for the study of attention in children with atypical development: a systematic literature review from 2009-2017. Master thesis available from Digitala Vetenskapliga Arkivet. Available here
  • Glassow-Hill, L. (2017). Community-engaged learning in higher education. Presentation at Working for Mental Health Conference at University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada.
Academic Teaching
  • 2015-2017: Undergraduate courses (NEW214Y, NEW 232Y) in the Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health Program at University of Toronto in Toronto, Canada
Further Qualifications
  • 2017: Swedish A2 from Folkuniversitet, Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2011: French III from Institut de Touraine, Tours, France