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 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.