Christopher Cleveland is a Ph.D. Candidate in Education Policy and Program Evaluation at Harvard University.
Christopher researches the impacts of school accountability and finance models and how schools support students' academic, cognitive, and social-emotional development through services like special, gifted, and English learner education.
Christopher is a Consulting Manager at Education Resource Strategies. Recently, Christopher has supported the Texas Education Agency’s System of Great Schools initiative and LA Unified’s development of a student-centered funding model.
Christopher has an Ed.M. in Education Policy and Management from Harvard Graduate School of Education and an A.B. in Sociology with a Secondary in Mind, Brain, & Behavior from Harvard College.
Christopher is originally from Phoenix, Arizona, and his favorite flavor of ice cream is 'prickly pear.'
- Last fall I taught a course on causal inference & ed policy. The authors of the papers we read were generous enough to join us to provide a behind-the-scenes account of the research process. I'd like to share some of the wisdom & advice these brilliant scholars imparted.💯 🧵 t.co/lnpnmvF2Ah
- In Ireland: I pumped my gas and *then* paid inside after — not before. A profound sign of social trust in such an everyday practice.
- @MemeMedianMode @AllisonFGilmour Great! Thanks for the acknowledgment!