CREO Graduate Student
Patrick is a second-year graduate student in Sociology and CREO. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2011 with a BA in Philosophy and Chinese. He then earned his M.Ed. through the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) Teaching Fellows Program while concurrently teaching third grade in Tampa, Florida. Before beginning doctoral work, Patrick worked as an Associate Director of the ACE Teaching Fellows program. His research interests include implementation of private school choice policy, the effects of teacher mobility and attrition on student achievement, and methods to recruit, support, and retain teachers in K-8 settings, with a focus on the translation of basic research to public policy.
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