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.'
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- The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequities for students with disabilities. I worked w/ the team @ERStrategies and partner schools in California to highlight inclusive strategies to support students with disabilities leveraging ESSER. #edutwitter t.co/pFWrwxXMiu