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  Rebecca A London

Rebecca A London

Associate Professor



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Social Sciences Division

Sociology Department

Associate Professor


Institute for Social Transformation
Education Department
Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California

Regular Faculty

Schools and Academic Achievement
Community-based Research
Health and Wellness
School Reform and School Policy
Youth Studies

Faculty Webpage

Rachel Carson College Academic Building

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Rachel Carson College Faculty Services

Ph.D. Human Development and Social Policy, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, 1996

M.A. Economics, Northwestern University, 1994

Check out London's newly released book Rethinking Recess: Creating Safe and Inclusive Playtime for All Children in School, published by Harvard Education Press. Use code F19RRC for a 20% discount.  Listen to a podcast with London about her new book.

Research interests include: education; children, youth and families; social policy; health and well-being; social inequality; cross-sector analyses; community-engaged research; quantitative methods; mixed methods

SOCY 3A Evaluation of Evidence
SOCY 148 Educational Inequality
SOCY 141 Social Welfare
SOCY 196S Senior Seminar: Community-Engaged Research
SOCY 203 Research Methods
SOCY 250 Grantwriting seminar

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