Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department: The Policy Lab
Matthew J. Lyddon is a postdoctoral research associate at The Policy Lab and the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy. His research focuses on the intersection of normative democratic theory and applied qualitative research in education policy, in particular the critique and improvement of civic education policy and curricular standards in the United States. He previously served as a member and research architecture manager on the education standards team, and as an academic program fellow at the Taubman Center. He has taught and advised undergraduate students in political science and public policy at Brown, and has taught in the Master of Public Affairs program at the Watson Institute. He holds a PhD and AM in political science from Brown University, and BA and MA degrees from Cardiff University (Wales, UK). Find more information at matthewjlyddon.com.
Susan Moffitt, Matthew J. Lyddon, Domingo Morel, Michaela Krug O’Neill, Kelly B. Smith, Cadence Willse, David K. Cohen, “State Structures for Instructional Support in California,” Stanford, CA: Getting Down to Facts II. [link to report]
Susan Moffitt, Matthew J. Lyddon, Michaela Krug O’Neill, Kelly B. Smith, Marie Schenk, Cadence Willse, David K. Cohen, 2018, “Frontlines Perspectives on Instructional Support in the Common Core Era,” Stanford, CA: Getting Down to Facts II. [link to report]