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Advisory Groups

W. Norton Grubb

University of California, Berkeley, Professor and David Gardner Chair in High Education

Norton Grubb, PhD is a professor and the David Gardner chair in higher education at the School of Education, the University of California, Berkeley, where he is also the faculty coordinator for the Principal Leadership Institute—a program preparing leaders for urban schools. His interests include higher education, especially community colleges; the effects of resources in schools; the occupational roles of education; secondary schools and their reforms; and equity issues.

Dr. Grubb’s most recent books include The Money Myth: School Resources, Outcomes, and Equity, published in January 2009 by Russell Sage Foundation, New York; and The Education Gospel: The Economic Power of Schooling (Harvard University Press, 2004, 2007, with Marvin Lazerson).

Dr. Grubb received his doctoral degree in economics from Harvard University in 1975.

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