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  • Marc L. Stein, National Center on School Choice

    Marc L. Stein
    Assistant Professor
    Department of Teacher Development and Leadership
    School of Education, Johns Hopkins University

    Marc L. Stein is an assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Development and Leadership at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests lie in the quantitative analyses of the social contexts surrounding schools and schooling and the role that these contexts play in the enactment of educational policy, with special emphasis on racial-ethnic and socioeconomic inequalities. His current research is investigating neighborhood and school effects on student academic achievement, summer learning loss, 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.

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  • Department of Teacher Development and Leadership
    School of Education, Johns Hopkins University
    2800 N. Charles St.
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    (410) 516-6832
    m.stein@jhu.edu

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.