DOROTHEA ANAGNOSTOPOULOS is assistant professor in teacher education at Michigan State University. Her research interests include high school reform, student learning, and teacher development. She earned her doctorate degree at the University of Chicago.
DAVID C.BLOOMFIELD is associate professor of educational administration and policy and chair of the Department of Educational Administration at Brooklyn College. He is the former general counsel to the New York City Board of Education.
WILLIAM LOWE BOYD is Batschelet Chair Professor of Educational Administration and professor-in-charge of graduate programs in educational administration at The Pennsylvania State University. He has been a visiting scholar at seven universities abroad and has served as president of the Politics of Education Association and as an officer of the American Educational Research Association.
KATRINA E.BULKLEY is an assistant professor of educational policy at the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education. Her work focuses on educational policy, politics, governance, and policy implementation, with a focus on charter schools. She has worked on projects for the Consortium for Policy Research in Education and the Center for Education Policy Analysis.
JOLLEY BRUCE CHRISTMAN is the principal of Research for Action, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization engaged in educational research and reform.