Eliot Levine has managed state-level evaluations of educational programs and conducted in-depth research on local initiatives at the University of Massachusetts, Harvard University and the University of Maryland. He has also served as a research consultant to public, private and non-profit organizations. His work has been disseminated in academic and trade journals, edited books, policy reports and briefs for educators and administrators. His book about the Met School in Providence was named a “Best Book for High School Reform” by the Gates Foundation and published in three languages.
Eliot was a teacher for seven years at innovative, student-centered public high schools in the Big Picture Learning and Expeditionary Learning reform networks. He holds a Ph.D. in clinical and community psychology from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and psychology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.