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  1. Hi all, I'm looking ahead to next year's cycle for applying and think I need to be more strategic with where I aim for than I did this time around. My interests are all in sociology of education, ed policy, race/racism and inequality. I think the major mistakes I made this year were not focusing intently enough on programs with faculty whose research aligns with my own interests, and also not applying to enough schools. Does anyone have recommendations of where I should look to for next year? I have Brown at the top of my current list (John Diamond is someone whose work maps almost perfectly onto my own, and there are a few other folks in the department who align strongly too), as well as Princeton (Jennifer Jennings, Shamus Khan) and Duke (Angel Harris). Since I have an interest in education policy too I'm going to attempt Harvard's social policy program as it offers a sociology track, but I know I need more schools on this list and probably some that aren't ranked as highly as these ones, to hope I land somewhere next year. I will also say I'm trying to stay on the East Coast, though I know that's extremely limiting. But, open to hearing any and all suggestions, whether they're on this side of the states or not. Thanks!
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