BiographyDebbie Kim is a doctoral student in the Human Development and Social Policy program. Prior to coming to Northwestern, Debbie worked for SRI International's Center for Education Policy as well as the Exploratorium and the Learning Sciences Research Institute. Debbie holds a B.A. in Cognitive Science with minors in Economics and Literature from the University of California in San Diego and a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from San Francisco State University. Her broad research interests lie in the ways macro level processes take form at the micro level and, more specifically, in investigating the organizational complexities among the levels of the education system. Jeannette Colyvas is her advisor.
|2016||PhD, Human Development and Social Policy||Northwestern University|
|2012||MA, Human Development and Social Policy||Northwestern University|
|2005||Multiple Subject Teaching Credential||San Francisco State University|
|2002||BA in Cognitive Science; Minors in Economics and Literature||UC San Diego|
Research InterestsStudying the ways macro level processes take form at the micro level and, more specifically, investigating the organizational complexities among the levels of the education system.
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