Daniel Rossman is a researcher at Ithaka S+R in the Educational Transformation program, where he focuses on developing and implementing data collection and analysis processes for a wide range of projects, including large-scale multi-institution collaborations. He also employs mixed research methods to evaluate strategies and services aimed at increasing access and success for underserved students.
Prior to joining Ithaka S+R, Daniel worked for a New York State Assemblyman, and as a graduate student in Washington, D.C., he interned on Capitol Hill and for the Alliance to Save Energy. He holds a bachelor’s in philosophy, politics, and law from Binghamton University, and a master’s in public policy from Georgetown University. His master’s thesis examined the relationship between racial segregation and educational achievement in New York City public high schools.