Emlei Kuboyama

Emlei Kuboyama
Director, Career Education and Professional Networks,
Stanford University

Emlei Kuboyama is director of careers and professional networks at Stanford Graduate School of Education. She was formerly codirector of Education Enterprise Programs and associate director of Leadership Degree Programs at Stanford GSE, as well as admissions specialist for MA/MBA and Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies (POLS) programs. She was senior policy associate for the UC Berkeley School of Law and associate director of PACE. She also served as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Justice. Kuboyama received her MA in policy analysis and administration from Stanford Graduate School of Education, and her JD from Vanderbilt University Law School.

updated 2002

Publications by Emlei Kuboyama
Evaluation Findings and Implications
Accountability for student results has been the focal point of education reform since the mid-1990s, when states across the country began instituting performance-based accountability policies as part and parcel of their standards-based reforms.…
National Disparities in Funding, Teacher Quality, and Student Support
Early proponents of charter schools, over a decade ago argued that these human-scale organizations would help close the achievement gap. Liberated from downtown bureaucracy and voluminous state rules, charter schools would craft crisp educational…
Lessons for Early Education
California previously embarked on a sizable experiment aimed at reducing the steady turnover of preschool teachers and allied childcare staff. The state’s taxpayers are now investing over $21 million annually in these county-run programs, offering…
Spring 2001 PACE Newsletter, Volume 3, Number 1.