Tenice S. Hardaway
Tenice S. Hardaway

Tenice S. Hardaway

Cohort: 2013

Rossier Dean's Fellowship

Contact info

thardawa@usc.edu

Concentration

K-12 Education Policy

Tenice S. Hardaway

Tenice Hardaway is a PhD student at Rossier’s School of Education at the University of Southern California. She is currently advised by Morgan Polikoff. Her research interests focus on K-12 school policy and reform with particular emphasis on school choice reforms and African American student achievement. Prior to entering the Rossier’s PhD program, Tenice received her Bachelor’s degree from Temple University in History and African American Studies; and her Master’s degree from Milano New School for International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy in Urban Policy Analysis and Management.

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