David Mayrowetz, EdD
Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies
Building & Room:
1040 W. Harrison St. (MC 147), Chicago, IL 60607
David Mayrowetz studies the ways in which organizational and institutional factors influence the creation and implementation of educational reforms. His work has been published in Educational Policy, Leadership and Policy in Schools, Educational Administration Quarterly, Teachers College Record and Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. He teaches courses regularly on educational policy, education and the law, case study research methods, instructional leadership, and special education policy.
2002 - EdD, Rutgers University, Educational Administration, Theory & Policy
1998 - MS, Rutgers University, Public Policy
1992 - BA, University of Pennsylvania, History
Research Currently in Progress
Mayrowetz studies the ways in which organizational and institutional factors influence the creation and implementation of educational reforms. While the reforms that he explores are varied, ranging from attempts to change mathematics instruction to the development of "distributed leadership" in schools, to the placement of students with special needs in general education classrooms, one of the recurring motifs in his work is the effects that changes in general education have for special education students and programs and vice versa.
Mayrowetz regularly teaches courses on educational policy and education and the law. While at UIC, he also has taught classes on case study research, instructional reform, the foundations of educational administration, and decision making for school leaders.