Doctoral Candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Amelia studies changes to high school pathways in the wake of higher education expansion, comparing reforms across OECD countries. Additionally, she is working on a collaborative project studying “human-centred systems design” in K-12 education. Her article "Getting What Works Working" was published in the International Journal of Research and Methods in Education in 2016.Amelia is a fellow in the Inequality and Social Policy program at Harvard and an Associate with Innovation Unit, a non-profit consultancy based in London, UK that works on public system transformation in education, health and social services. She has written for policy and public audiences on the moral, political and technical aspects of system change in education, and is the author of the report Personalizing Education at Scale, and a co-author of the books Redesigning Education: Shaping Learning Systems around the Globe and Thrive: Schools Reinvented for the Real Challenges We Face.