I am a Ph.D. candidate in Education at the Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University; teach school finance as an adjunct professor for Montclair State University’s Graduate School of Education and as a part time lecturer for Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Education; teach school and higher education finance and economics for Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education; serve on three editorial review boards; publish articles, reports, chapters, and books; former school business administrator; earned an MBA in finance and MPA in public administration; and focus my research on education finance and policy, charter schools, community economic development, school business administration, school choice, and equal educational opportunity and equity.

I have three books, for  which I serve as co-editor, and author or co-author of several chapters, being published this spring, 2017.

Please go to my Blog for all of my posts since 2008 as well as current updates:  http://www.coffinseducationcenter.com .

I welcome your comments at  stephencoffin@aol.com.


7 responses to “About

  1. John Coviello

    I just wanted to leave a comment to get your comments rolling. I think it is great that you are so passionate about these pressing issues facing our educational institutions today. See you in class.

  2. I look forward to reading your website. GL

  3. Congratulations and thanks for your new blog, Steve.

  4. Congratulations and good luck, Steve. Thanks for your passion and dedication to public education.

  5. I will look forward to readingon an on-going basis.

  6. Steve,

    You are just where you belong, in an area
    that has been your passion for the years
    I have known you, and at the right time
    when your interests are most needed.

  7. Well expressed genuinely. .
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