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Kfir Mordechay

Graduate Student Researcher

Kfir MordechayKfir Mordechay is a Ph.D. student at the University of California, Los Angeles in the Graduate School of Education. He received his B.A. in International Relations from San Francisco State University, and his M.Ed. at UCLA. Having been an educator at some of the most underserved and affluent schools in Los Angeles, Kfir brings a unique perspective to his work incorporating a wide spectrum of socio-economic insights. His research interests include educational and urban policy, labor opportunity, and what schools can--and must--do to meet the challenges and opportunities brought about by globalization and technology. His goal is to create discussion within the education, economic development, and civil rights communities, and with researchers and policy makers, about what kinds of initiatives might contribute to a just and vital society. He has recently authored a forthcoming report, Fragmented Economy, Stratified Society, and the Shattered Dream. Kfir is currently launching a major examination of the relationship between education, race and employment, concentrating specifically on the vulnerable and declining situation for young Latino and African American men in California.
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