Sarah Winchell Lenhoff
Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 4-5 p.m. and by appointment.
Ph.D., Educational Policy, Michigan State University, 2013
M.S., Teaching, Adolescent Education, Pace University, 2006
B.A., English and Women’s Studies, University of Georgia, 2004
Sarah Winchell Lenhoff, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies in Wayne State University’s College of Education. Lenhoff began her career as a New York City public school teacher, and she led the research and policy division of the non-profit The Education Trust-Midwest for four years. Her research focuses on education policy implementation and equity, examined through the lenses of social and organizational psychology. Her recent research has examined district and school infrastructure to support school improvement; the effects of school choice policy on equitable opportunities for students; and the causes and consequences of student absenteeism. She is the principal investigator of the Detroit Education Research Partnership, a research-practice partnership with Detroit Public Schools Community District and the Every School Day Counts Detroit coalition.
More on the Detroit Education Research Partnership can be found here.
Dr. Lenhoff's curriculum vitae can be found here.
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Administrative & Organizational Studies
Area Of Expertise
Education policy implementation and equity; continuous improvement; school choice and charter schools; school accountability
- Educational Leadership
- School-Community Relations
- Educational Policy