Andrew M. Saultz

Andrew M. Saultz
Assistant Professor ,
Pacific University

Andrew Saultz is an assistant professor of educational policy and the director of the PhD program in education and leadership at Pacific University. He researches the politics of education; how school choice impacts racial and socio-economic segregation; and the intersections between educational, health, and economic policy. Saultz is also passionate about international education. As a doctoral student, he earned a Fulbright Group Program Abroad award to study educational inequities in Ecuador, and a fellowship to enhance global understanding to analyze Chinese schools in Chongqing, Beijing, and Shanghai. He was previously an assistant professor of education policy at Miami University, Ohio. He received his PhD in educational policy from Michigan State University.

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Publications by Andrew M. Saultz
An Inventory of Existing Technology
In this working paper, Andrew Saultz of Michigan State University inventories the current landscape of technology programs available for middle school math. The working paper is not intended as a “consumers’ guide” to technology programs, and the…