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Hannah D'Apice

Hannah K. D'Apice is a PhD candidate studying International and Comparative Education and the Sociology of Education at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. Her research agenda broadly examines the macro-level diffusion of structures, policies, and norms in education, both over time and cross-nationally. Several ongoing projects analyze the organizational conditions that enable historically marginalized groups to have greater visibility and leadership in higher education. Hannah has also conducted work studying the portrayal of critical topics in K-12 textbook content, including the social role of organizations, narratives around climate change, and representations of historically marginalized groups.

Prior to her doctoral studies, Hannah managed multi-state randomized controlled trials evaluating K-12 education curricula and programming. She also worked professionally as a teacher in Texas and Singapore. Hannah has an M.A. in Sociology and an M.A. in International Education Policy Analysis, both from Stanford University, as well as a B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University.