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EPSA Faculty Well Represented in 2017 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Eleven EPSA Faculty members are listed in the 2017 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, spotlighting the 200 university-based education scholars who move ideas from academic journals into the national conversation. TC had the third-highest number of scholars in the rankings among all institutions nationwide.

The rankings, conducted by Frederick M. Hess, Resident Scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, have been published in Education Week.

 

The EPSA faculty members on the 2017 rankings list are: Henry M. Levin, Jeffrey R. Henig, Amy Stuart Wells, Thomas Bailey, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Aaron M. Pallas, Priscilla (Penny) Wohlstetter, Michael Rebell, Judith Scott-Clayton, Sarah Cohodes and Peter Bergman.

Hess’s rankings recognize excellence in five areas: disciplinary scholarship, policy analysis and popular writing, convening and shepherding collaborations, providing incisive media commentary, and speaking in the “public square.”  Those ranked were selected from well over 20,000 university-based faculty tackling educational questions.

Published Friday, Jan. 13, 2017

EPSA Faculty Well Represented in 2017 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Eleven EPSA Faculty members are listed in the 2017 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, spotlighting the 200 university-based education scholars who move ideas from academic journals into the national conversation. TC had the third-highest number of scholars in the rankings among all institutions nationwide.

The rankings, conducted by Frederick M. Hess, Resident Scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, have been published in Education Week.

 

The EPSA faculty members on the 2017 rankings list are: Henry M. Levin, Jeffrey R. Henig, Amy Stuart Wells, Thomas Bailey, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Aaron M. Pallas, Priscilla (Penny) Wohlstetter, Michael Rebell, Judith Scott-Clayton, Sarah Cohodes and Peter Bergman.

Hess’s rankings recognize excellence in five areas: disciplinary scholarship, policy analysis and popular writing, convening and shepherding collaborations, providing incisive media commentary, and speaking in the “public square.”  Those ranked were selected from well over 20,000 university-based faculty tackling educational questions.

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