Alexandria Hurtt

Alexandria Hurtt
Doctoral Student,
University of California, Davis
Alexandria Hurtt is a Ph.D. student in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis, and has worked with the California Education Lab since 2016. Her research interests include college access and readiness, particularly in terms of literacy, and the effect of educational systems on historically underrepresented students. Hurtt previously worked at a charter school, where she developed an English curriculum She holds a master’s degree in education from UC Davis and a bachelor’s degree in political science from The College of New Jersey.
Publications by Alexandria Hurtt
Identifying the Structural and Instructional Changes in K–12
In March 2020, school districts across California closed their doors, rapidly adapting operations and instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Efforts to understand the immediate impact of the unprecedented closure of schools prompted grave…
A Research Summary and Implications for Practice
Given the importance of a college degree for both individual and societal economic prosperity, policymakers and educators are focused on strengthening the path to college beyond college entry. In this report, we synthesize the existing literature on…