Senior LecturerDepartment of Education and Special
About Victoria Rolfe
I completed my PhD in Education in 2021. My doctoral thesis, Exploring socioeconomic inequality in educational opportunity and outcomes in Sweden and beyond, was part of the research project Changes in opportunities to learn: Swedish pupils results in large international studies over time.
My research interests include educational equity, educational measurement, and opportunity to learn. I am currently researching student completion in Swedish upper secondary schools.
RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT AND PROJECTS
Integrating educational quality and educational equality into a model of mathematics
Does inequality in opportunity perpetuate inequality in outcomes? International evidence from four TIMSS
Exploring socioeconomic inequality in educational opportunity and outcomes in Sweden and
Tailoring a measurement model of socioeconomic status: Applying the alignment optimization method to 15 years of
International Journal of Educational Research - 2021-01-01
Assessing the comparability of teacher-related constructs in TIMSS 2015 across 46 education systems: an alignment optimization
Examining the changing relationship between socioeconomic status, opportunity to learn and achievement in mathematics and
The Impact of Education Policies on Socioeconomic Inequality in Student Achievement: A Review of Comparative
Measuring Socioeconomic Status in International Assessments: are Perennially Deployed Items Earning their Place in Contextual
Paper presented at ECER 2018 Bolzano, Italy - 2018-01-01
Tackling Unobserved Heterogeneity in Socioeconomic Status and Opportunity to Learn, and their Effects on Academic