Communities for Public Education Reform (CPER) Scholars Board Announcement

Within the past week, several exciting luminaries have joined the CPER Scholars Board

 

Communities for Public Education Reform (CPER):  CPER’s important work is endorsed by leading scholars in the fields of education and youth engagement.  The CPER Scholars Board enhances the visibility of community engagement for school reform and strengthens CPER grantees’ awareness and application of high quality educational research in equity-focused reform campaigns.  CPER Scholars Board members are:

Linda Darling-Hammond
Charles Ducommun Professor of Education
Stanford University
School of Education
 

Lisa Delpit*
Felton G. Clark Distinguished Professor
Southern University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 

Michelle Fine
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Women’s Studies, and Urban Education
The Graduate Center
City University of New York

 

Janice Jackson
Executive Director
Stanford University
Center for Opportunity Policy in Education

 

Joe Kahne
Professor of Education and John and Martha Davidson Chair
Mills College

 

Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot*
Emily Hargroves Fisher Professor of Education
Harvard University
Graduate School of Education

 

Ethan Lowenstein
Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction
Eastern Michigan University, College of Education

 

Deborah Meier*
Senior Scholar
New York University
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
 

Pedro Noguera
Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education
New York University
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

 

Charles Payne
Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor
University of Chicago
School of Social Service Administration

 

Diane Ravitch
Research Professor of Education
New York University

 

John Rogers
Associate Professor of Education
University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

 

Penny Sebring
Founding Director
Consortium on Chicago School Research
University of Chicago

 

Mark Warren
Associate Professor of Education
Harvard University
Graduate School of Education

 

Roger P. Weissberg
Liberal Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Education
University of Illinois at Chicago and
NoVo Foundation Endowed Chair in Social and Emotional Learning

 

Joel Westheimer
University Research Chair in Democracy and Education
University of Ottawa
* MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship Recipient                

 

 

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