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About Kenzo Sung

Kenzo Sung is an Assistant Professor of Urban Education and Community Studies at Rowan University. Kenzo’s research areas have been shaped by his years attending and teaching in urban public schools, and include urban education and policy, ethnic studies, history of education critical race theory, political economy, and twentieth century social movements and reforms. His current research analyzes how the interplay of social movements, forces, and policies shaped urban schooling and communities since the 1960s using cases including bilingual education, Head Start, racial desegregation, and school-to-work programs. Kenzo holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in Education Policy and Social Cultural Studies in Education and has been awarded funding from the Ford Foundation, Spencer Foundation, Mellon Foundation, University of Cambridge, and Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Education, Rowan University College of Education
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Education

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PhD, Education Policy and Social Cultural Studies in Education, University of California, Berkeley
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