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Dr. Jaquith is the director of the Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies (POLS) master’s program and lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Through her scholarship and applied research, she is particularly interested in how (and under what conditions) diverse actors in the U.S. educational system can work together to bring about positive change, especially for marginalized and disadvantaged youth. She is the author of “How to Create the Conditions for Learning: Continuous Improvement in Classrooms, Schools, and Districts” (Harvard Education Press, 2017). Her work has also appeared in The Foundation Review, Principal Magazine, Educational Forum, Educational Leadership, Journal of Staff Development, The Handbook of Professional Development, PK-12: Successful Models and Practices, and Second International Handbook of Educational Change.
Current projects include:
Assessment, Testing and Measurement | Equity in Education | Educational Policy | Leadership and Organization | Professional Development | Teachers and Teaching
Jaquith, A. (2021). A Virtual Learning Excursion: The HA unSummit. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.
Jaquith, A. (2020) A Systems approach to creating an ecology of equity in a high-poverty school district. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.
Jaquith, A. & Chavez, R. (2020). Coherent assistance in education improvement: How foundations can help. The Foundation Review, 12(2).