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Mark White is a third-year doctoral student in the University of Wisconsin – Madison Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis program, concentrating on Policy Analysis and Evaluation. He is interested in school choice and its effects on the school district, specifically, focusing on how regional and national politics and several forms of school choice (homeschooling, charters, private schools, and magnet programs) obstruct opportunities for children and families from historically excluded backgrounds and how within-district white and middle-class flight alter funding streams for the public system.

White was raised in the low country of Georgia and holds a master’s degree from UW – Madison, and a bachelor’s in English from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL.