Professor of Education
Dr. David Marsh specializes in curriculum and instructional leadership, the process of change in educational organizations, teacher education and the continued professional development of teachers, program evaluation, qualitative research, administrators as instructional leaders, and the comprehensive reform of schools.
For five years, he was the "school coach" at Pasadena High School in California during its reform process. He has worked extensively with other schools and districts undergoing transformation. Recently, he has been involved with the National Alliance for Restructuring Education, especially in the area of high performance management.
In 1993, he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in India. He spent three months as a Senior Fellow working with the Central Ministry of Education on improving high schools. In 1997, he went to Australia as a fellow of the Australian-American Educational Foundation. In 2000, he was selected the outstanding Alumnus from the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.