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Abena Subira Mackall

Instructor in Education

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Degree:  Ed.M., Harvard University, (2015)
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Faculty Assistant:  Judith Wasserman

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Abena Subira Mackall is a doctoral student concentrating in Culture, Communities, and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). She is an Inequality & Criminal Justice Doctoral Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a Spencer Foundation Early Career Scholar in New Civics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. While at Harvard, Mackall served as an editor and co-chair of the Harvard Educational Review. Her current projects include a study of person-level and institution-level patterns in the completion of prison-based programming in a sample of individuals in Massachusetts state prisons, and an exploration of the social experience of being a youth on probation. She holds an Ed.M. from HGSE, a M.Sc. in Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies from the London School of Economics, a M.S.Ed. in Special Education from Hunter College, and an A.B. in Politics from Princeton University.

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