208 Graduate Education Building
College of Education and Health Professions
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Yujie Sude is a PhD candidate and a Research Assistant in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas. Originally from China, Yujie earned her Master's degree in Education Economics at the Beijing Normal University and Bachelor's degree in Political Science at the Peking University. Her research interest is majorly about marketization reform on education systems such as school choice and charter schools.
- University of Arkansas - Ph.D. in Education Policy - (Anticipated 2018)
- University of Arkansas - M.A. in Statistics and Analytics - (Anticipated 2018)
- Beijing Normal University - M.A. in Education
- Peking University - B.A. Law in Political Science and Public Administration
- School Choice
- Program Evaluation
- Teacher Quality
- Education Statistics
Peer Reviewed Publications
- Sude, Y., DeAngelis, C., and Wolf, P.J. (2017) Supplying Choice: An Analysis of School Participation Decisions in Voucher Programs in DC, Indiana, and Louisiana. Journal of School Choice, Vol 10, No.3 Pg 1-26.
- Zeng, X.D., Sude, Y., and Li, D. (2014). Different attitudes toward school choice and admission policies between parents in metropolises and prefecture level cities. Education and Economy (Chinese), 2014(2), 26-33.
- Sude, Y., DeAngelis, C., and Wolf, P.J. (June 2017). Supplying Choice: An Analysis of School Participation in Voucher Program Evaluation Report #9. School Choice Demonstration Project, University of Arkansas, and Education Research Alliance New Orleans, Tulane University.