Gabriel Chouhy is a sociologist (PhD University of Pittsburgh, 2018), and former dissertation fellow of the US National Academy of Education. He currently works as an affiliated researcher at the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research at Tulane University. His doctoral research drew upon the conceptual tools of economic and political sociology to examine the education reforms implemented in Chile after the outbreak of the student movement. Specifically, his dissertation examined the technical, moral, and ideological controversies over high-stakes, test-based accountability. Gabriel’s current research focuses on how market design experts and practitioners deal with equity and fairness issues when designing and implementing deferred-acceptance algorithms for centralized enrollment in market-oriented education, comparing the cases of Chile and New Orleans.