Alexios Rosario-Moore: B.A., Eugene Lang College; M.F.A., The New School; Ph.D. candidate, Urban Education Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago. Alexios is a non-fiction writer, education researcher and policy analyst whose research focuses on segregation and stratification in schools. Recent academic articles include “One-App, Many Considerations: Black Social Capital and School Choice in New Orleans,” and “From the Ground Up: Criminal Law Education for Communities Most Affected by Mass Incarceration” published in The Clinical Law Review. His essays and short stories have been published in Post Road and H.O.W. Journal. Best American Essays 2011 named his essay “Field Studies: Roxbury, 1983” as one of fifty notable essays of the year. He is currently researching college choice in racially and economically isolated high schools and teaching in the College of Education at DePaul University.