Andrew Matschiner

He/Him/His

Andrew Matschiner is a doctoral candidate in Education Studies at the University of California, San Diego. He is a former high school teacher and instructional coach. His research addresses how school districts seek to remedy racial inequality through activities such as professional development as well as new infrastructure such as district central office equity teams.

Curriculum Vitae

Certificate in Administration and Supervision, Johns Hopkins University, May 2017

M.Ed. in Urban Education, Johns Hopkins University, May 2013

BA, Whitman College, May 2011

 

Recent Articles
Pollock, M. & Matschiner, A. (Forthcoming). “Well, What’s Wrong with the Whites?”: A Conversation Starter on Raising Expectations for Inservice Professional Development on Race with White Teachers.

Matschiner, A. (Forthcoming). Racial Equity Professional Development: A Review of the Literature on Professional Development Explicitly Addressing Race and Racism with Inservice Teachers.

Matschiner, A. (2020). What He Learned to Think He Earned. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 16(2). https://doi.org/10.5070/D4162046032

Recent Presentations
Matschiner, A. (2021). “Building District Capacity to Address Racial Inequality through a District Equity Office,” American Educational Research Association Conference.

Matschiner, A. (2021)“A Review of Literature on Inservice Professional Development Explicitly Addressing Racism with Practicing Teachers,” American Educational Research Association Conference.

California Teacher Education Doctoral Fellow (2021)

Andrew Matschiner

Department of Education Studies