Professor of education and public policy, University of California, Berkeley
Bruce Fuller, formerly a World Bank sociologist, is professor of education and public policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He earlier taught at Harvard and writes on schooling and the sociology of families. His recent books include Inside Charter Schools (Harvard) and Standardized Childhood (Stanford). This commentary draws from his current project, Beyond State and Market: How Local Organizing Can Lift Learning, Health, and Trade.