Danielle Marie Greene

Danielle Marie Greene
Independent Scholar

Danielle Marie Greene is an independent scholar and former middle school teacher who is most interested in the structural and social contexts of education for African American students. She has a PhD minor in linguistics and was a DARE and Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow. She received her PhD from the Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education and Race, Inequality, and Language in Education programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.

updated 2023

Publications by Danielle Marie Greene
This study investigates racial disparities in school closures both within California and nationally. Findings highlight an alarming pattern: Schools enrolling higher proportions of Black students are at significantly increased risk of closure…