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Marc Stein: SOE Faculty 

Marc Stein PhD

Associate Professor
(410) 516-6832
2800 N. Charles St
Baltimore MD, 21218

Program Affiliations

Doctoral Programs

Biography

Marc L. Stein is an associate professor in the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University. He also is an affiliated researcher with the Baltimore Education Research Consortium and a faculty affiliate with the Center for Social Organization of Schools. He has conducted quasi-experimental and mixed-methods research on school choice that has investigated the instructional conditions of charter public schools, parent involvement in charter public schools, and the effect of choice on student sorting by race and academic achievement. Other areas of research interest include neighborhood and school effects on student academic achievement and summer learning loss. He is working on an Institute of Education Sciences-funded randomized control trial that is investigating the efficacy of a ninth-grade early warning indicator intervention in a sample of high schools in a southern state, projects investigating summer learning loss in Baltimore City, and a project to support schools in implementing continuous improvement.

Education

Ph.D. in Leadership and Policy Studies (2009), Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
M.S. in Secondary Education (2003), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
B.A. in History (1998), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Courses Taught

Quantitative Research Methods (ED.883.710)
Evaluation of Education Policy and Programs (ED883.721)
Advanced Statistical Methods in Education Research (ED.883.720)
Graduate Project in Measurement, Research, and Statistics: Multilevel Modeling (ED.883.830)
Issues in K-12 Education Policy (ED.851.616)

Grants and Contracts Awarded

2012-2016 “Getting Students to the Finish Line:  An Efficacy Study of a Ninth Grade Early Warning Indicator Intervention.” Investing in Innovation Fund (i3), U.S. Department of Education, PI: Robert Balfantz, Evaluator: Marc L. Stein. ($200,000)

2015-2016 “Raising a Reader Summer Pilot Program Evaluation Proposal.” The Abell Foundation. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($14,000)

2015-2016 “Evaluation of SummerREADS/Weinberg Library Summer Program.” The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($21,000)

2015-2016       “Supporting Schools in Implementing Improvement Science.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Education Laboratory ($20,000)

2011-2015 “Evaluation of the SummerREADS Book Distribution Program.” The Abell Foundation. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($58,600)

2012 “Supporting University Supervision of Pre-service Special Educators through Video Reflection and Feedback.”  Subcontract with JHU Special Education Pre-service Improvement Grant, U.S. Department of Education. PI: Karin Sandmel, Co-PI: Marc L. Stein ($15,000)

2009-2011 “Opening the Black Box in Choice and Regular Public Schools – What Makes Schools Work.” Subcontract with the National Center on School Choice, funded by the Institute for Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. PI – Mark Berends. Co-PI – Marc L. Stein ($106,000)

Recent Publications and Presentations

Stein, M. (in press). Supporting the summer reading of urban youth: An evaluation of the Baltimore SummerREADS program. Education and Urban Society.

Stein, M.  (2015). Public school choice and racial sorting: An examination of charter schools in Indianapolis. American Journal Education. 121(4), 597-627. doi: 10.1086/681920

Stein, M. & Nagro, S. (2015). The readability and complexity of district provided school choice information. Journal of Education of Students Placed at Risk. 20(3), 199-217. doi: 10.1080/10824669.2015.1042105

Nagro, S. & Stein, M. (2015). Measuring accessibility of written communication for parents of students with disabilities: Reviewing 30 years of readability research. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1044207314557489 

Rose, B. & Stein, M. (2014). Mechanisms for teacher outreach to parents in charter and traditional public schools. Journal of School Choice. 8(4), 589-617. doi: 10.1080/15582159.2014.973780

Mavrogordato, M. & Stein, M. (2014). Accessing choice: A mixed methods examination of how Latino parents engage in the educational marketplace. Urban Education. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/0042085914553674

Stein, M. (2012). Should Standardized Student Assessments Guide Curriculum and Instruction in Schools? [The point position]. In A. J. Eakle (Ed.), Curriculum and Instruction: Debating Issues in American Education: A SAGE Reference Set (pp. 58-64). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Stein, M., Goldring, E., & Cravens, X. (2011).  Do parents do as they say? Choosing Indianapolis charter schools. In M. Berends, E. Goldring & M. Cannata (Eds.), School Choice and School Improvement. Harvard Education Press: Cambridge, MA

Stein, M., Goldring, E. & Smrekar, C. (2011). Dynamics of parent involvement in urban charter schools: Parents’ perceptions, principals’ expectations, and student achievement. In S. Auerbach (Ed.), School Leadership for Authentic Family and Community Partnerships: Research Perspectives for Transforming Practice. Routledge: New York.

Berends, M., Goldring, E., Stein, M., & Cravens, X. (2010) Instructional conditions in charter schools and students’ mathematic achievement gains.  American Journal of Education. 116(3). 303-336

Kearns, D., Fuchs, D., McMaster, K., Sáenz, L., Fuchs, L., Yen, L., Meyers, C., Stein, M., Compton, D., Berends, M.,  and Smith, T. (2010). Factors contributing to teachers’ sustained use of Kindergarten Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 3(4). 315-342.

Stein, M., Berends, M. Fuchs, D, McMaster, K., Sáenz, L., Fuchs, L., Compton, D., and Yen, L. (2008). Scaling up an early reading program: Relationships among teacher support, fidelity of implementation, and student performance across different sites and years. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. 30(4). 368-388

Complete CV

Marc L. Stein

Johns Hopkins University
School of Education
2800 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218

Office: (410) 516-6832
Email: m.stein@jhu.edu

EDUCATION

Ph. D. in Leadership and Policy Studies (2009), Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
M.S. in Secondary Education (2003), University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
B.A. in History (1998), Univeristy of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor (2009-Present) School of Education, Johns Hopkins University and by courtesy Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University (2012-present)

Faculty Affiliate (2014-Present) Center for Social Organization of Schools (CSOS)

Affiliated Researcher (2012-Present) Baltimore Education Research Consortium (BERC)

Resource Faculty (2009- 2015) Predoctoral Training Program in Education Research, Johns Hopkins University

Research Faculty (2009-2011) National Center on School Choice, Vanderbilt University

Research Assistant (2005-2009) National Center on School Choice, Vanderbilt University

Research Assistant (2005-2009) Scaling Up Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies (PALS) to Strengthen Reading Achievement, Vanderbilt University. 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

Institute of Education Sciences Pre-doctoral Experimental Education Research Training (ExpERT) Fellow, Vanderbilt University, 2005 – 2009

David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration & Policy Scholar, 2008

Phi Beta Kappa, University of Tennessee, 1998

 

PUBLICATIONS[1]

Journal Articles

Stein, M. (in press). Supporting the summer reading of urban youth: An evaluation of the Baltimore SummerREADS program. Education and Urban Society.

Stein, M.  (2015). Public school choice and racial sorting: An examination of charter schools in Indianapolis. American Journal Education. 121(4), 597-627. doi: 10.1086/681920

Stein, M. & *Nagro, S. (2015). The readability and complexity of district provided school choice information. Journal of Education of Students Placed at Risk. 20(3), 199-217. doi: 10.1080/10824669.2015.1042105

*Nagro, S. & Stein, M. (2015). Measuring accessibility of written communication for parents of students with disabilities: Reviewing 30 years of readability research. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1044207314557489 

*Rose, B. & Stein, M. (2014). Mechanisms for teacher outreach to parents in charter and traditional public schools. Journal of School Choice. 8(4), 589-617. doi: 10.1080/15582159.2014.973780

Mavrogordato, M. & Stein, M. (2014). Accessing choice: A mixed methods examination of how Latino parents engage in the educational marketplace. Urban Education. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/0042085914553674

Berends, M., Goldring, E., Stein, M., & Cravens, X. (2010) Instructional conditions in charter schools and students’ mathematic achievement gains.  American Journal of Education. 116(3). 303-336

Kearns, D., Fuchs, D., McMaster, K., Sáenz, L., Fuchs, L., Yen, L., Meyers, C., Stein, M., Compton, D., Berends, M.,  and Smith, T. (2010). Factors contributing to teachers’ sustained use of Kindergarten Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 3(4). 315-342.

Stein, M., Berends, M. Fuchs, D, McMaster, K., Sáenz, L., Fuchs, L., Compton, D., and Yen, L. (2008). Scaling up an early reading program: Relationships among teacher support, fidelity of implementation, and student performance across different sites and years. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. 30(4). 368-388

 

Book Chapters

Stein, M. (2012). Should Standardized Student Assessments Guide Curriculum and Instruction in Schools? [The point position]. In A. J. Eakle (Ed.), Curriculum and Instruction: Debating Issues in American Education: A SAGE Reference Set (pp. 58-64). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Stein, M., Goldring, E., & Cravens, X. (2011).  Do parents do as they say? Choosing Indianapolis charter schools. In M. Berends, E. Goldring & M. Cannata (Eds.), School Choice and School Improvement. Harvard Education Press: Cambridge, MA

Stein, M., Goldring, E. & Smrekar, C. (2011). Dynamics of parent involvement in urban charter schools: Parents’ perceptions, principals’ expectations, and student achievement. In S. Auerbach (Ed.), School Leadership for Authentic Family and Community Partnerships: Research Perspectives for Transforming Practice. Routledge: New York.

 

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Stein, M. (2014). The role of neighborhood contexts on seasonal inequalities in student academic achievement. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Stein, M., Berends, M., Cannata, M. & Smithson, J. (2014). What is going on in charter schools? A comparative analysis of instruction and alignment. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

Manuscripts in Preparation

Stein, M. (2015). Enriching the summer literacy environments of urban children through book distribution and open school libraries. Manuscript in preparation.

Stein, M. (2014). Instructional expectations in mathematics and summer learning loss: A new perspective on an enduring problem. Manuscript in preparation.

Stein, M. & *Fonseca, E. (2014). Summer program evaluation practices and reporting: A review of the field and recommendations for improvement. Manuscript in preparation.

Stein, M., Mavrogordato, M., *Fonseca, E., & *Youh, S. (2014). It takes two to tango: The role of schools and parents in the co-production of charter school racial segregation. Manuscript in preparation.

Sandmel, K., Stein, M., & *Nagro, S. (2014). The effect of videotaped lessons and university supervisor feedback on student interns' written self-reflections. Manuscript in preparation.

 

Reports and Research Briefs:

Durham, R., Stein, M., & Connolly, F. (2015). College opportunities and success: Baltimore City graduates through the class of 2014. Baltimore, MD: Baltimore Education Research Consortium.

Stein, M. (2015). SummerREADS/ Library Program Evaluation Report: Summer 2014. Baltimore, MD: Abell Foundation

Stein, M. (2014). Baltimore SummerREADS final evaluation report. Baltimore, MD: Abell Foundation

Stein, M. (2013). Baltimore SummerREADS Year 2 evaluation report. Baltimore, MD: Abell Foundation

Stein, M. (2011). Baltimore SummerREADS Year 1 evaluation report. Baltimore, MD: Abell Foundation

Stein, M., Goldring, E., & Cravens, X. (2010). Choosing Indianapolis Charter Schools: Espoused versus Revealed Academic Preferences. Research Brief. National Center on School Choice, Vanderbilt University. Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED543585

Berends, M., Goldring, E., Stein, M., & Cravens, X. (2010). Instructional Conditions in Charter Schools and Students’ Mathematics Achievement Gains. Research Brief. National Center on School Choice, Vanderbilt University. Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED511727

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

Conference Presentations

Stein, M. (2014). Supporting the summer reading of urban youth: an evaluation of the Baltimore SummerREADS Program. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Davis, M., MacIver, M., Stein, M., & Fox, J. (2014). Implementing an early warning indicator and intervention system in southern high schools: First year findings. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Sandmel, K., Stein, M., & *Nagro, S. (2013). The effect of videotaped lessons and university supervisor feedback on student interns’ written self-reflections. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Sandmel, K., Stein, M., & *Nagro, S. (2013). The effect of videotaped lessons and university supervisor feedback on student interns’ written self-reflections. Poster presented at Office of Special Education Programs Director’s Conference. Washington, D.C.

Stein, M. (2012) Do parents get what they want? An investigation of alignment between parent preferences and actual characteristics of chosen charter schools. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Stein, M., & Smrekar, C. (2012) Unpacking the social context of school choice for parents: preferences, information networks and participation in charter schools. Roundtable session presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Stein, M. (2012). The construction of choice: how parents assemble information and make school choices. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Mavrogordato, M. & Stein, M.  (2012). An examination of what informs Latino parents’ decisions to choose a charter school. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Stein, M., Goldring, E., & Cravens, X. (2012). Academic preferences in choosing charter schools: Do parents do as they say? Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

*Rose, B. & Stein, M. (2012) Mechanisms for teacher outreach to parents in charter and traditional public schools. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Stein, M. & *Rose, B. (2011) Choosing more school: Extended time policies and student achievement across seasons in charter and traditional public schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Berends, M., Cannata, M., Cravens, X., Goldring, E., Penaloza, R. & Stein, M. (2011). Charter schools, instructional conditions, and student achievement gains. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA

Stein, M. & *Rose, B. (2011). Choosing more school: Extended time policies and student achievement across seasons in charter and traditional public schools. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Washington D.C.

Stein, M. (2010). The role of neighborhood and school contexts on seasonal inequalities in student academic achievement.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Cannata, M., Berends, M., Stein, M., Penaloza, R., & Smithson, J. (2010).  Professional development and mathematics instruction. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Berends, M., Stein, M., Cannata, M., Penaloza, R., & Smithson, J. (2010). How different are charter and traditional public school classrooms? an examination of mathematics Instruction.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.

Stein, M., Goldring, E., & Cravens, X. (2009) Choosing Indianapolis charter schools:  espoused versus actual academic preferences. Paper presented at the National Center on School Choice Second National Invitational Conference. School Choice and School Improvement: Research in State, District and Community Contexts. Nashville, TN.

Berends, M., Cannata, M., Cravens, X., Goldring, E., Peñaloza, R., & Stein, M., (2009). School choice options, instructional conditions, and student achievement gains. Annual Meeting of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC.

Stein, M. Choice patterns in Indianapolis charter schools: where are students coming from and where are they going? (2009).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, CA

Berends, M., Stein, M., & Smithson, J. (2009). Mathematics and reading instruction in charter and traditional public schools: Content, cognitive complexity, and alignment to standards and assessments in Indiana. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, CA

Berends, M., Stein, M. & Smithson, J. (2009). Mathematics and reading instruction in charter and traditional public schools: Content, cognitive complexity, and alignment to standards and assessments in Indiana. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Finance Association, Nashville, TN.

Stein, M. & Stuit, D. (2008). Do faculty unions benefit students? Union differentials in tenure-track faculty and academic support spending (1989-1999). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Stein, M., Goldring, E. & Zottola, G. (2008). Charter school effects in an urban school district: An analysis of student achievement growth, parent involvement and school climate. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Berends, M. & Stein, M. (2008). Factors related to fidelity of a peer-assisted learning strategies intervention for kindergarten reading. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Kearns, D., Stein, M., & Meyers, C.V. (2008). Factors predicting sustainability of K-PALS. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Stein, M., Goldring, E. & Zottola, G. (2008). Charter school effects in an urban school district: An analysis of student achievement growth, parent involvement and school climate. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Washington D.C.

Berends, M. & Stein, M. (2008). Differences between charter school and traditional public schools in instructional practices and curricular alignment to standards and tests. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Washington D.C.

Berends, M., Goldring, E., Stein, M., & Cravens, X. (2008). Instructional conditions in charter schools and student achievement gains. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Washington D.C.

Berends, M., Stein, M., & Nicotera, A.. (2007). Instructional conditions in charter schools and student achievement growth. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Fuchs, D., Berends, M., Yen, Fuchs, L., Compton, D., McMaster, K., Sáenz, L., & Stein, M. (2007). Scaling up peer-assisted learning strategies in Minneapolis, South Texas, and Nashville: A multi-method and longitudinal randomized control trial. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Berends, M., & Stein, M. (2007). Teacher responses to peer-assisted learning strategies. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

 

Invited Presentations

Opening the black box of charter schools: Unpacking the process and consequences of school choice for parents and schools. Center for Talented Youth Colloquium Series, Baltimore, MD, April 2015

Building better summers through better evaluation practices and reporting. National Summer Learning Association, New Vision for Summer School Network Meeting, San Antonio, TX. November 2014.

Unpacking the social context of school choice for parents: Preferences, information networks and participation in charter schools. Program on Social Inequality Seminar, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University. May 2012

Summer learning research. National Summer Learning Association: Birmingham Summer Learning Forum. Birmingham, AL. April 2012

Charter school research, practice and policy. National School Choice Conference: Improving Student Opportunities with Systemic School Choice. National Charter School Resource Center, Washington, DC. March 2012

Seasonal inequalities in student academic achievement: The role of school and neighborhood contexts. Center for Research on Educational Opportunity, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. October 2009

 

 

GRANTS AND FUNDING

 

2015-2016       “Raising a Reader Summer Pilot Program Evaluation Proposal.” The Abell Foundation. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($14,000)

 

2015-2016       “Evaluation of SummerREADS/Weinberg Library Summer Program.” The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($21,000)

 

2015-2016       “Supporting Schools in Implementing Improvement Science.” Mid-Atlantic Regional Education Laboratory ($20,000)

 

2012-2016       “Getting Students to the Finish Line:  An Efficacy Study of a Ninth Grade Early Warning Indicator Intervention.” Investing in Innovation Fund (i3), U.S. Department of Education, PI: Robert Balfantz, Evaluator: Marc L. Stein. ($200,000)

 

2014-2015       “Evaluation of SummerREADS/Weinberg Library Summer Program.” The Abell Foundation. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($21,000)

 

2011-2014       “Evaluation of the SummerREADS Book Distribution Program.” The Abell Foundation. PI: Marc L. Stein. ($37,600)

 

2012                “Supporting University Supervision of Pre-service Special Educators through Video Reflection and Feedback.”  Subcontract with JHU Special Education Pre-service Improvement Grant, U.S. Department of Education. PI: Karin Sandmel, Co-PI: Marc L. Stein ($15,000)

 

2009-2011       “Opening the Black Box in Choice and Regular Public Schools – What Makes Schools Work.” Subcontract with the National Center on School Choice, funded by the Institute for Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education. PI: Mark Berends. Co-PI: Marc L. Stein ($106,000)

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT

 

Quantitative Research Methods (ED.883.710)

Evaluation of Education Policy and Programs (ED883.721)

Advanced Statistical Methods in Education Research (ED.883.720)

Graduate Project in Measurement, Research, and Statistics: Multilevel Modeling (ED.883.830)

Issues in K-12 Education Policy (ED.851.616)

Research to Policy and Practice Seminar III: Evidence-Based Practices (ED.871.835)

 

DIRECTED STUDENT LEARNING

 

Dissertation Committee, Johns Hopkins University, School of Education

Bess Rose, Ed.D. (Expected), Chair

Sooyon Youh, Ph.D. (Expected), Chair

Ean Fonseca, Ph.D. (Expected), Chair

Daniel Princiotta, Ph.D. (Expected), Committee Member

Liz Kim, Ph.D. (Expected), Committee Member

                       

Dissertation Committee, Johns Hopkins University, Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Department of Sociology

Barbara Condliffe, Ph.D. (2014), External Examiner

Elizabeth Dayton, Ph.D. (2012), External Examiner

Stephanie Slates, Ph.D. (ABD), Committee Member

 

Dissertation Committee, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health

Maya Nadison, Ph.D. (2014), Committee Member

 

Advising and Research Supervision, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

Sarah Nagro, Ed.D. (2015), 2011-2015

Laura Broughton, Ed.D. (2014), 2009-2014

Sooyon Youh, Ph.D. (Expected), 2014-present

Ean Fonseca, Ph.D. (Expected), 2013-present

Bess Rose, Ed.D. (Expected), 2011-present

Elizabeth Kim, Ph.D. (Expected), 2013 - 2014

            Jennifer Carinci, Ed.D. (Expected), 2010-2011

            Monica Hetrick, Ed.D. (Expected), 2010-2011

 

 

 

 

AFFILIATIONS

 

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

American Sociological Association (ASA)

American Evaluation Association (AEA)

 

 

SERVICE

 

Ad Hoc Reviewing

American Education Research Journal

American Journal of Education

American Journal of Evaluation

American Sociological Review

Asia Pacific Journal of Education

Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis

Educational Policy

Elementary School Journal

Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk

School Effectiveness and School Improvement

Sociology of Education

American Educational Research Association

University Council for Educational Administration - David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar

 

Board of Reviewers

Education and Urban Society

 

University

 

2013-2014       Elected Faculty Representative, Academic Council, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University

 

2012-2013       Member, School of Education, Department of Sociology Junior & Senior Faculty Search Committees

 

2011-present   Member, Homewood Institutional Review Board, Johns Hopkins University

 

2009-present   Member, Doctoral committee, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University

 

2011-2012       Member, NCATE committee, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University

 

2011-2012       Faculty Liaison Visiting Fellows Program – Peter Groff

 

2011                Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Small Grants Program Reviewer

 

2010-2012       Member, Ph.D. Development ad hoc Committee, School of Education, Johns Hopkins University

 

2009-2012       Member, Doctoral committee, Department of Teacher Development and Leadership, Johns Hopkins University

 



[1]* Denotes graduate student