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Mariella I. Arredondo, Ph.D., joined the Center on Education and Lifelong Learning (CELL) in August 2018. Before joining the center, Mariella served as Associate Director of The Equity Project, a consortium of federally-, state-, and foundation-funded projects dedicated to providing high quality data to educational decision-makers in order to better understand and address issues regarding educational equity and bridge the gap between research and practice. As Associate Director, Mariella managed and coordinated all aspects of grant funded project activities, as well as conducted research for various of the projects. In addition to teaching, conducting research, and managing various grant funded projects, Mariella has served as education equity consultant in various capacities at the national and international level. Mariella is passionate about equity and eliminating disparities in education based on race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disability.
- Indiana University | Ph.D. Education Leadership and Policy Studies, Focused on Comparative International Education, minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies | 2013
- Indiana University | M.A. Latin American and Caribbean Studies | 2004
- Ohio University | M.A. Applied Linguistics | 2000
- Antioch College | B.A. Social and Global Studies, concentration in International Relations | 1998
- The Equity Project, Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Indiana University | Associate Director/Researcher | 2015-2018
- The Equity Project, Center for Evaluation and Education Policy, Indiana University | Research Associate | 2011-2014
- School of Education, Indiana University | Associate Instructor | 2009-2011
- Education Equity Consultant | 2005-present
Presentations & Publications
- Skiba, R., Arredondo, M., Gray, C., Raush, K., (2018) Discipline Disparities: New and Emerging Research in the United States. In Deakin, J., Taylor, E., & Kupchik, A. (Eds.) The Palgrave International Handbook of School Discipline, Surveillance and Social Control. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
- Carter, P., Skiba, R., Arredondo, M. & Pollock, M. (2017). You Can't Fix What You Don't Look At: Acknowledging Race in Addressing Racial Disparities. Urban Education, 52 (2), 207-235.
- Arredondo, M., Gray, C., Russell, S., Skiba, R., Snapp, S. (2016). Documenting disparities for LGBT students: Expanding the collection and reporting of data on sexual orientation and gender identity. Bloomington, IN: The Equity Project at Indiana University. Available at http://rtpcollaborative.indiana.edu/briefing-papers/
- Skiba, R. Arredondo, M. Williams, N. (2016). In and of Itself a Risk Factor: Exclusionary Discipline and the School-to-Prison Pipeline. In Understanding, Dismantling, and Disrupting the Prison-to-School Pipeline. Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner; Lori Latrice Martin; Roland W. Mitchell; Karen Bennett-Haron and Arash Daneshzadeh (eds.). Rowman & Littlefied.
- Skiba, R., Arredondo, M., Gray, C. (2016) New and Emerging Knowledge about Discipline Disparities: The Status of Research. In Disparate Opportunity: Understanding and Addressing Inequality in School Discipline. Skiba, K., Medirratta, K., Raush, K.(eds). Palgrave/MacMillan
- Skiba, R., Arredondo, M., Williams, N. (2015). More Than a Metaphor: The Contributions of Exclusionary Discipline to a School-to-Prison Pipeline. In J. Irizarry (Ed.), Equity and Excellence in Education, 47, (4), 546-564.
- Snapp, S., Russell, S., Arredondo, M., Skiba, R. (2015). A Right to Disclose: LGBTQ Youth Representation in Data, Science, and Policy. In Advances in Child Development and Behavior Theoretical and empirical/methodological issues associated with equity and justice. Horn, S., Ruck, M., Liben, L (eds). lsevier Limited. Oxford
- Skiba, R., Chung, CG; Arredondo, M. (2015) Suspensions and Expulsions in Indiana: A Status Report. The Equity Project, Center for Evaluation Education Policy, IUB.
- Skiba, R. J., Arredondo, M. I., & Rausch, M. K. (2014). New and developing research on disparities in discipline. Bloomington, IN: The Equity Project at Indiana University. Available at http://rtpcollaborative.indiana.edu/briefing-papers/
- Carter, P., Skiba, R. J., Arredondo, M. I., & Pollock, M., (2014). You Can’t Fix What You Don’t look At: Acknowledging Race in Addressing Racial Discipline Disparities. Bloomington, IN: The Equity Project at Indiana University. Available at http://rtpcollaborative.indiana.edu/briefing-papers
- Arredondo, M. (2014). Born Indigenous, Growing up Mestizos: Schooling and youth in Arequipa, Peru. In Mestizaje and Globalization: Transforming Identity and Power in the Americas. Young & Wickstrom (eds.) Arizona: University of Arizona Press.
- Skiba, R., Arredondo, M. & Williams, N. (2014). More than a Metaphor: The Contribution of Exclusionary Discipline to a School-to-Prison Pipeline. EQUITY & EXCELLENCE in Education Special Theme Issue Breaking the Pipeline: Examining, Understanding and Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline.
- Skiba, R. J., Arredondo, M. I., & Rausch, M.K (2014). New and developing research on disparities in discipline. Bloomington, IN: The Equity Project at Indiana University. Available at http://rtpcollaborative.indiana.edu/briefing-papers/
- Arredondo, M. (2010) Lessons from the Mountains. CIES Perspectives. Available at http://www.cies.us/newsletter/jan10/arredondo.html
- Arredondo, M. (2009). Mira a esas cholas: Migration, Schooling and Inequalities. Congress proceedings XXVIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Rethinking inequalities, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Arredondo, M. (2006) Book Review – Bolin, Inge. Growing up in a Culture of Respect. The Journal of Latin American Anthropology 11(2).
- Arredondo, M. (2003). La re emmigracion de una expatriota (The re-immigration of an expatriot). Chiricu – Indiana University'sChicano-Riqueno Studies, 10 (1).
- Arredondo, M. (2000). Phonological Variation: Yeismo in Arequipa, Peru. Congress Proceedings High Desert Linguistic Society, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
- 2017 The School to Prison Pipeline and LGBTQ Youth. Research workgroup meeting on LGBTQ Youth of Color in State Systems: Crafting an Intersectional Research Agenda to Promote Opportunities and Wellbeing. The Williams Institute, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, December 3, 2017
- 2015 The 'Survival' of Inequity in Discipline: The use of survival analysis in examining effects of types of student infraction behaviors on exclusionary discipline. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.
- 2013 Disrupting "traditional" education in the name of intercultural citizenship formation: Schooling practices in Peru. American Anthropological Association (AAA) 112th, Chicago, Il.
- 2013 Constructing democratic alternatives to “traditional” discipline: Citizenship education in an urban school. Inter-American Symposium on Ethnography and Education, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. September 18-22
- 2012 Comparative perspectives on school climate and LGBT students and teachers (Discussant) Comparative & International Education Society, San Juan, PR. April 22-27, 2012
- 2011 The School to Prison Pipeline: A model for presenting the evidence Race & Gender Discipline Disparities: Research to Practice Collaborative Meeting III Oakland, CA May 23-24, 2011
- 2010 Roundtable presenter: Migration Issues in Selected World Regions: Internal migration in Peru International Studies Summer Institute (ISSI), Center for the Study of Global Change, Bloomington, Indiana, July 13
- 2010 Exploring themes and engaging dialogue through Soy Andina – teacher workshop International Studies Summer Institute, Center for the Study of Global change, Bloomington, IN, July 12, 2010. 2010 Schooling in Arequipa: notes from the field Minority Languages and Cultures Project brownbag series, Bloomington, Indiana, March 26, 2010.
- 2010 Born Indigenous, Growing up Mestizos: Ethnic, national, & cultural identity and schooling in Arequipa, Peru (Poster presentation) AERA Annual meeting, Denver, Colorado April 30-May 4
- 2010 From Ethnic to National: Migration, ethnic identity and schooling 54th Annual Conference of the Comparative & International Education Society, Chicago, Il. March 1-5, 2010
- 2009 Born Indigenous, Growing up Mestizos: An ethnographic account of urban schools in Peru Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA, Sept. 30-Oct. 4
- 2009 Mira a Esas Cholas: Migration, Schooling and Inequalities/ Rethinking inequalities - XXVIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. June, 11-14, 2009
- 2005 Using the Video Image to Dialogue with Meaning: A Visual Ethnography in the Andes Seventh Annual CIC American Indian Studies Graduate Conference Indiana Memorial Union, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
- 2005 Usando la video imagen para dialogar con los significados: Etnografía visual en los Andes. InterAmerican Symposium on Ethnographic Educational Research, Buenos Aires Argentina.
- 2004 Dancing Drums: Powwow at IU (Documentary film presentation). Fifth Annual CIC Indian Studies Consortium Graduate Student Conference and Competition – Ann Arbor, Michigan. 2000 Phonological Variation: Yeismo in Arequipa, Peru. Third Annual High Desert Linguistics Society Conference, University of New Mexico.
Areas of Expertise
- Bilingual and Intercultural Education
- Diversity and Inclusion in Education
- Education Equity
- International Comparative Education
- Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality in School Discipline