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Education Research Poster Fair, Lecture, Lunch
Tina Trujillo, Assistant Professor, University of California-Berkeley
Equity-Minded Public School Reform:
How Mandated Private Service Providers Impact Students,
Teaching and the Democracy of Education
Tina Trujillo, a former urban public school teacher, reform coach and educational evaluator, uses tools from political science and critical policy studies to study the political dimensions of urban school reform, the instructional and democratic consequences of policies and reforms for students of color and English learners, and trends in urban educational leadership.
Her recent research examines the instructional and political implications of using private service organizations for technical support in public schools. She also writes about the impact of federal accountability policies on providing democratic, equitable schooling.
Trujillo holds a Ph.D. from UCLA and an M.A. from the University of Colorado Boulder in education. An assistant professor at UC-Berkeley, she teaches Ph.D. students in policy, organization, measurement and evaluation, and public school professionals in the Leadership for Educational Equity Doctoral Program and the Principal Leadership Institute.
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