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Program in Teaching Lunch – “What’s a Good School?”

Tue, October 19th, 2021
1:00 pm
- 2:00 pm

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Jack Schneider, an Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts (Lowell), will present “What’s a Good School” during the Program in Teaching Lunch on Tuesday, Oct. 19. Lunch will be served from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Faculty House Lounge. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome. RSVP: sengel@williams.edu.

Dr. Schneider is a historian and policy analyst who studies the influence of politics, rhetoric, culture, and information in shaping attitudes and behaviors. His research examines how educators, policymakers, and the public develop particular views about what is true, what is effective, and what is important. Drawing on a diverse mix of methodological approaches, he has written about measurement and accountability, segregation and school choice, teacher preparation and pedagogy, and the relationship between research and practice. His current work, on how school quality is conceptualized and quantified, has been supported by the Spencer Foundation and the Massachusetts State Legislature. The author of four books, Schneider is a regular contributor to outlets like the Washington Post and the Atlantic, and co-hosts the education policy podcast Have You Heard. He is also the co-founder and Director of Research for the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment.

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