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Stacey Brockman

TITLE: Researcher, Mathematica

Stacey Brockman is a Researcher in the Human Services Division at Mathematica. Her scholarship
spans K-12 and higher education contexts and is focused on reducing inequities in postsecondary
education access and persistence and on the importance of educators’ relational practices. For many
of her research studies, Stacey partners with educational agencies to conduct evaluations of their
policies and programs. In addition to answering theoretical questions in the literature, her research
supports agencies’ current efforts towards improving the opportunities of their most marginalized
students. Stacey’s research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the American
Educational Research Journal, the Journal of Teacher Education, and Educational Researcher. Stacey received
her Ph.D. in Educational Studies from the University of Michigan where she was an IES predoctoral
fellow in the causal inference in education policy training program. Stacey is also a former high
school teacher and intervention specialist.