Member Since: 1991
David Cohen is John Dewey Collegiate Professor of Education and professor of public policy at the University of Michigan. His current research interests include the relations between policy and instruction, the nature of teaching practice, and the effects of school improvement interventions. His past work has included studies of various efforts to reform schools and teaching, the evaluation of educational experiments and large-scale intervention programs, and the relations between research and policy. Cohen’s publications include Usable Knowledge: Social Science and Social Problem Solving (with Charles Lindblom) and The Shopping Mall High School: Winners and Losers in the Educational Marketplace (with Arthur Powell and Eleanor Farrar).