Sara Clarke-De Reza is a Fellow for Research and Engagement at Public Agenda, where she co-manages and is the Lead Researcher on the Healthier Democracies project. Clarke-De Reza is Assistant Professor of Education at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, where she teaches classes in educational psychology, history and philosophy of education, design and assessment for learning, and research methods. Her own research explores equity in collaborative design for learning at the intersections of schools and informal and community learning environments. Clarke-De Reza has been published in Heritage, Science Scope, The Journal of Museum Education, Issues in Teacher Education, Curriculum Inquiry, and LEARNing Landscapes.
Sara completed her Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction at the University of New Hampshire. She also holds degrees in child development/special education, and psychology and gender and sexuality studies. She previously worked for 7 years as a curriculum designer and principal at a therapeutic boarding school in Windsor, New Hampshire.