Dr. Michael Fabricant is a Professor of Social Welfare at Hunter College and an Executive Officer of the Ph.D. Program in Social Welfare at the Graduate Center.  Dr. Fabricant is widely published on issues related to housing and homelessness, the economy of the welfare state, nonprofit finances and public education.  He received his Ph.D. in Social Welfare Research and Policy at Brandeis University.

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Public Education Policy

When College Was A Public Good, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2017

Chancellor James Milliken Lays Out New Vision for CUNY, The Wall Street Journal, 2017

Nationwide, state budget cuts disproportionately hit low-income, minority college students, PBS Newshour, 2017

When College Was a Public Good, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2016

CUNY Workers Overwhelmingly Approve New Contract With 94% Voting Yes, In These Times, 2016

Dreams Stall as CUNY, New York City's Engine of Mobility, Sputters, New York Times, 2016

CUNY Union Members Arrested at Cuomo's Door, POLITICO, 2016

Solidarity at Last, The Nation, 2014

Austerity Metrics and the Restructuring of Public Higher Education, Public Administration Review, 2014

The Twenty-First Century Gold Rush: The Plunder of Public Assets and a Radically Restructured Teaching Labor Force, WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society, 2013

Charter Schools and Corporate Ed Reform, Rethinking Schools Blog, 2012

Who Will Save Our Schools? Folio, 2012

Not Waiting for Superman: Michael Fabricant on CC9’s Education Reform Agenda, Dissent Magazine, 2011

Disturbing trends in public education and why charter schools aren't the answer, University of Minnesota Press Blog, 2010

Organizing for Equity, American Educator, 2011

Defending Public Higher Education, The Indypendent, 2011


Settlement Houses

Community Organizing

Economy of the Welfare State

Nonprofit Finances

Issue Areas and Articles