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  • Kenneth Wong, National Center on School Choice

    Kenneth Wong
    Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor for Education Policy
    Professor of Education
    Brown University

    Kenneth Wong is the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor for Education Policy at Brown University. While holding joint appointments in the Education Department and the Annenberg Institute for School Reform (AISR), Professor Wong is also heading a new master’s program in urban education policy. A political scientist by training, Professor Wong has conducted extensive research in urban school reform, state finance and educational policies, intergovernmental relations, and federal education policy. Professor Wong is author or editor of several books, including Funding Public Schools: Politics and Policy (1999), and The Education Mayor: Improving America’s Schools (2007) with Francis X. Shen, Dorothea Anagnostopoulos, and Stacey Rutledge. Currently he serves as co-editor of Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, a refereed journal of policy research for the American Educational Research Association.

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  • Brown University
    Education Department
    Barus Hall, Box 1938
    21 Manning Walk
    Providence, RI 02912
    (401) 863-1486

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