About Kate Kennedy
Kate Kennedy is a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Education Policy at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. She studies the K-12 American educational landscape, building on a career of classroom teaching and education leadership. Kate's research focuses on politics, leadership, and equity in K-12 education policy. Specific research areas include social-emotional learning, care and love in education policy and systems, and the politics of school choice. These interests are driven by a passion for social justice, a belief in transformative leadership, an ethic of caring, and a deep respect for the teaching profession.
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