- Ph.D., Education, Stanford University
- B.A., Public Policy and African American Studies, Princeton University
Teaching and Research Interests
Strategies for engaging urban youth, community members, and educators in equity-focused school reform; the work of John Dewey to explore the meaning of and possibilities for democratic education today; democratic leadership and the relationship between school leaders and community members.
Orr, M. and Rogers, J. eds. (Forthcoming, 2010). Public Engagement for Public Education: Joining Forces to Revitalize Democracy and Equalize Schools. Stanford University Press.
Rogers, J., Fanelli, S., Freelon, R., Medina, D., Bertrand, M., Del Razo, M. (2010). Educational Opportunities in Hard Times: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Public Schools and Working Families. Los Angeles: UCLA IDEA, UC/ACCORD.
Rogers, J. and Terriquez, V. (2009). “’More Justice’: The Role of Organized Labor in Education Reform,” Educational Policy 23:1:216-41.
Oakes, J., Rogers, J., Blasi, G., and Lipton, M. (2008). “Grassroots Organizing, Social Movements, and the Right to High-Quality Education.” Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties 4:2:339-71.
Rogers, J., Sanders, M., Terriquez, V., and Velez, V. (2008). “Civic Lessons: Public Schools and the Civic Development of Undocumented Students and Parents,” Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy 3:2:201-18.