NaYoung Hwang and Brian Fitzpatrick. “Teacher Gender and Student Achievement” AERA Open. (Forthcoming)


NaYoung Hwang and Thurston Domina. (2021) “Peer Disruption and Learning: Links between Suspensions and the Educational Achievement of Non-Suspended Students” Education Finance and Policy. 16(3), 443-463.

Paul Hanselman, Thurston Domina, and NaYoung Hwang (2021). "Educational Inequality Regimes amid Algebra-for-All: The Provision and Allocation of Expanding Educational Opportunities." Social Forces. (Forthcoming).


Marcela Reyes and NaYoung Hwang. (2019) “Middle School Language Classification Effects on High School Achievement and Behavioral OutcomesEducational Policy.

Thurston Domina, Andrew McEachin, Paul Hanselman, Priyanka Agarwal, NaYoung Hwang, and Ryan Lewis. (2019) “Beyond Tracking and Detracking: The Dimensions of Organizational Differentiation in SchoolsSociology of Education 92(3), 293-322.

NaYoung Hwang. (2018) “Suspensions and Achievement: Varying Links by Type, Frequency, and Subgroup.Educational Researcher 47(6), 363-374.

NaYoung Hwang and Thurston Domina. (2017) “Adolescent Work Intensity and Youth Development: Link
Vary by Race/Ethnicity
Journal of Research on Adolescence 27(2), 312-327.

NaYoung Hwang, Marcela Reyes, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles. (2016) “Who Holds a Fixed Mindset and Whom does it Harm in Mathematics? Youth & Society 51(2), 247-267. 

Thurston Domina, Paul Hanselman, NaYoung Hwang, and Andrew McEachin. (2016) “Detracking and Tracking Up Mathematics Course Placements in California Middle Schools, 2003–2013American Educational Research Journal 53(4), 1229-1266.


NaYoung Hwang, Jahyeong Lee and Kihye Yi. (2012) “The Determinants of Working Hours of Adolescents in South Korea: Focusing on Family Background, Educational Aspirations and School Engagement,” Studies on Korean Youth 23(1), 223-250. 


NaYoung Hwang and Jahyeong Lee. (2011). “The Meaning of Part-time Job Experience for Vocational High School Students in South Korea,” Anthropology of Education 14(3), 233-260. 


NaYoung Hwang, Yeo-jung Hwang and Kyung-keun Kim. (2011). “Could English Program in Korea (EPIK) Be an Effective Policy?,” Korean Journal of Sociology of Education 21(4), 235-262.