| | | | | | |
National Center on School Choice
National Center on School Choice / 2009 Conference Charter School Quicklink Magnet Schools Quicklinks Voucher Programs Quicklinks Inside Schools and Classrooms Quicklinks Choice Under NCLB Quicklinks Policy and Governance Quicklinks About School hCoice Mailing List Sign Up Conference Registration
Mark Berends Bio
   

Mark BerendsDirector
Professor of Sociology
University of Notre Dame

Mark A. Berends is director of the National Center on School Choice and director of the Center of Research on Educational Opportunity at the University of Notre Dame, where he is a professor of sociology. Professor Berends is also vice president of AERA's Division L (Educational Policy and Politics). His areas of expertise are the sociology of education, research methods, school effects on student achievement, and educational equity. Throughout his research career, Professor Berends has focused on how school organization and classroom instruction are related to student achievement, with special attention to disadvantaged students. His latest books are Examining Gaps in Mathematics Achievement Among Racial-Ethnic Groups, 1972-1992 (RAND, 2005), Charter School Outcomes (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008), Leading with Data: Pathways to Improve Your School (Corwin, 2009), and the Handbook of Research on School Choice (Routledge, 2009).

University of Notre Dame
1014 Flanner Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(574) 631-0195
mberends@nd.edu
http://sociology.nd.edu/faculty/Berends.shtml


Vanderbilt University
  The NCSC is funded by a 5 year, $13.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. Its lead institution is Vanderbilt University in   Nashville, Tennessee. The center is housed on the campus of Peabody College, one of the nation's top graduate schools of education.
Copyright 2008 © National Center on School Choice. All rights reserved. Website designed and maintained by Tres Creative.com
Charter Schools Magnet Schools Voucher Programs Inside Schools & Classrooms Choice Under NCLB Policy and Governance