Sean Reardon awarded Carnegie fellowship for work on education inequity
SEAN REARDON, professor at the Graduate School of Education, has been named a 2017 Andrew Carnegie Fellow for his research into educational opportunity and achievement gaps in America.
The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program, established in 2015 by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, recognizes and supports scholars whose work in the social sciences and humanities addresses challenges to democracy and international order.
Reardon is one of 35 recipients of a fellowship through the program this year. The award provides each scholar with a grant of up to $200,000 toward a project, such as a book or major study.
Reardon, who joined the faculty at Stanford Graduate School of Education in 2004, investigates the causes, patterns, trends and consequences of social and educational inequality. He heads up the Stanford Education Data Archive (SEDA), an initiative harnessing data on the patterns of achievement and achievement gaps in every school district in the United States. The archive helps scholars, policymakers, educators and others learn about the policies and contexts that are most effective at increasing educational opportunity.
At GSE, Reardon is Professor of Poverty and Inequality in Education. He is also a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. In addition, he serves on the board of the National Academy of Education and is editor-in-chief of the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness. He is also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
For more, visit the Graduate School of Education website.