Taylor Enoch-Stevens

Taylor Enoch-Stevens
Doctoral Student, Rossier School of Education,
University of Southern California

Taylor Enoch-Stevens is a PhD student at the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California (USC), concentrating on K12 policy. She works as a research assistant with the USC Center on Education Policy, Equity, and Governance and with the National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice. Her research centers on institutional responsibility as it relates to educational equity; the role of institutional agents in equity-related policies; and the connections between education policy and the school-prison nexus for racially minoritized students. Enoch-Stevens previously taught at the elementary level in Little Rock, Arkansas. Enoch-Stevens received her BA in sociology from Dartmouth College.

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Leadership, Partnership, and Community
Public education today faces a troubling set of challenges, including declining enrollment, staffing shortages, and polarized communities, with school boards at the center of broader political debates. How did we arrive at this current state? This…