David Stevens

David Stevens is a doctoral student in the Social Research Methodologies cluster at the UC Berkeley School of Education. His research interests center on the development of alternative models for educational data analysis and their practical applications including informing instructional practices; program evaluation; school funding and resource allocation; and targeted student interventions.

His work is informed by his years as a high school science, math and Special Education teacher as well as time doing research, evaluation, and assessment at the district office level. David is driven by the belief that in the right setting, and with sufficient support, every student can be successful.

Specializations and Interests

Equity and Educational Outcomes; Program Evaluation; Data Analysis; Intervention Design


MA Transitional Special Education, The George Washington University

Teaching Credential, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

BS Biology, Marquette University

National Board Certification: Exceptional Needs Specialist

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