B.A. Sociology, Dartmouth College
K-12 Education Policy
- Race and education
- Equity-oriented policies
- Critical Pedagogy
- Culturally sustaining pedagogy
- School finance
Taylor Enoch-Stevens is a Ph.D. student at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education, with a concentration in K-12 policy. She works as a research assistant at the USC Center on Education Policy, Equity, and Governance, and she is co-advised by Dr. Julie Marsh and Dr. Lawrence Picus. Taylor’s research interests center around 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-to-prison pipeline particularly for students of color.
Taylor received a B.A. in Sociology at Dartmouth College. Prior to pursuing a doctoral degree, Taylor had the privilege of teaching at the elementary level in Little Rock, Arkansas, during which she began to formulate questions that have led to her broader academic interests.