Research Interests: teacher education and development, teaching quality, educational inequalities
Stacey Brockman is a doctoral student in Educational Studies at the University of Michigan and an IES predoctoral fellow. She studies teacher education and development, focusing especially on efforts to improve teacher preparation and teaching quality in schools that serve historically marginalized students. She earned both a bachelor of science and master of science in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University, and a master of arts in education from Stanford University. Before beginning her PhD, Stacey taught high school history and academic interventions in the San Francisco Bay Area for seven years.
- "Tennessee Department of Education: Setting Students Up for Success," with Matt Ronfeldt
- "Chicago Teacher Pathways Project," with Kavita Kapadia Matsko (University of Chicago), and Matt Ronfeldt (University of Michigan)
Publication / Work in progress
- "The Role of Cooperating Teachers in Preparing Pre-Service Teachers: A District-Wide Portrait", with Kavita Kapadia Matsko (University of Chicago), Matthew Ronfeldt (University of Michigan), Hillary Greene (University of Michigan), Michelle Reininger (Stanford University). Work in Progress.