Meet the Knowledge Forum Scholars
Patricia Alexander, University of Maryland - College Park - "Re-Educating the Mind"
Alfredo Artiles, Arizona State University - "Understanding the Paradoxes of Equity: The Case of Race and Disability Intersections"
Sasha Barab, Arizona State University - "Games. Learners, and Innovation"
Steven Barnett, Rutgers University - "High Quality Pre-K: Taking the Road Less Traveled"
Mark Berends, University of Notre Dame - "Examining the Conditions Under Which School Choice is Effective or Not"
Prudence Carter, Stanford University - "Achieving True Integration in Education"
Michelene Chi, Arizona State University - "Engaging Students to Promote Deeper Learning"
Dorothy Espelage, Univ. of Illinois - Urbana-Champagin - "Social-Emotional Learning Approaches: Prevent Bullying and Promote Positive School Climate"
Kara Finnigan, University of Rochester - "Failing Systems, Complex Fix"
Stella Flores, New York University - "Understanding the Racial College Completion Gap"
Megan Franke, UCLA - "Supporting the Development of Children's Mathematics"
Vivian Gadsden, University of Pennsylvania - "Improving the Lives of Young Children and Their Families"
Kris Gutierrez, Univ. of California, Berkeley - "Expansive and Consequential Learning for English Learners"
Jeffrey Henig, Teachers College, Columbia University - "Political Spin and Policy Research"
Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin - "Political Education in Polarized Times"
Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, University of Southern California - "Learning with an Emotional Brain"
Richard Ingersoll, University of Pennsylvania - "Is There Really a Teacher Shortage?"
Young-Suk Kim, Florida State University - "Language Begets Literacy"
Helen Ladd, Duke University - "School Accountability: Time for a New Approach"
Ruth Lopez Turley, Rice University - "Connecting Researchers and Decision Makers"
Elizabeth Moje, University of Michigan - "Developing Youth Literacies"
Chandra Muller, University of Texas - Austin - "The Promise of Advanced High School Mathematics Coursework"
Na'ilah Suad Nasir, University of California - Berkeley - "Designing Learning for Equity"
Sharon Nelson-Barber, WestEd - "Looking Inward: Educational Practices that Optimize Learning for Indigenous Students"
William Penuel, University of Colorado - Boulder - "Getting to Scale with Visions of Equitable Teaching and Learning"
Laura Perna, University of Pennsylvania - "Improving College Access and Success: The Need for a Comprehensive Approach"
Sean Reardon, Stanford University - "Inequality and Academic Achievement"
Barbara Rogoff, University of California - Santa Cruz - "Sophisticated Collaboration—a 21st Century Skill of Children from Some Underserved Communities"
Russ Rumberger, University of California - Santa Barbara - "Improving High School Graduation for All"
Barbara Schneider, Michigan State University - "Crossing the Great Divide: College Access for Low-Income and Under-Represented Minorities"
Howard Stevenson, Univ. of Pennsylvania - "Identifying and Reducing Racial Threat in Face-to-Face Encounters"
Amy Stuart Wells, Teachers College, Columbia University - "The Potential Educational Benefits of Diversity"
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