David Stern

David Stern
David Stern
Professor Emeritus of Education,
University of California, Berkeley

David Stern is a Professor Emeritus of education at the University of California, Berkeley, where his research focused on strengthening career academies, improving access to higher education, developing social enterprises for learning, and expanding options for educating teenagers. Dr. Stern was principal investigator for the Career Academy Support Network and served on the faculty committee that oversees undergraduate admissions to Berkeley. He was also director of the National Center for Research in Vocational Education, based at Berkeley's Graduate School of Education. He holds a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in economics and urban studies.

Publications by David Stern
College and career readiness is the stated goal of the common core standards that have now been adopted by almost all the states. The Obama administration’s proposed budget for 2013 included a new name for Title I of the Elementary and Secondary…
Report Plank Stern
There is widespread agreement that many of California’s high schools are doing a poor job of preparing their students for college and careers. The James Irvine Foundation is sponsoring a major initiative to develop “Multiple Pathways” –– now called…
PB
A PACE Policy Brief by W. Norton Grubb and David Stern. Career-technical education (CTE) is back in the policy spotlight, as Governor Schwarzeneggger and key legislators seek strategies to strengthen California’s much-criticized high schools. Some…