Madeline Hafner is the Executive Director of the MSAN Consortium at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, and Clinical Faculty in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin-Madison. MSAN is a national coalition of multiracial, suburban-urban school districts working together to understand and eliminate racial opportunity gaps that persist within their schools. In her role she works with educators and researchers to carry out the mission of MSAN by collaboratively designing and conducting research, analyzing policies, and examining practices that affect the academic performance of students of color. Her research and teaching interests focus on developing educators’ attitudes and beliefs regarding issues of diversity, equity, and social justice and collaborative university-school partnerships.
Phone: (608) 262-1665
Office: 469 Ed Sciences
Current ProjectsMSAN Consortium
Establishing a SERP-MSAN Field Site Focused on Algebra Learning and Academic Youth Development
MSAN Program;Close the Gap Fund