Michael has over two decades of applied research experience focusing on the physical, mental, and economic well-being of low-income workers, with a particular focus on US immigrant populations. An author or co-author of over 50 publications, his methodological expertise includes mixed methods research design and community-based participatory research. Prior to joining CSCCE in 2019, Michael was an Associate Professor at the University of Memphis. He earned a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Publications by Michael Duke
Marin County Teachers’ Voices: Work Environment Conditions That Impact Teacher Practice and Program Quality
December 19, 2019 • Report • By Marisa Schlieber, Marcy Whitebook, Lea J.E. Austin and Michael Duke
This SEQUAL report examines work environment conditions that impact teacher practice and well-being across center based programs in Marin County, California across the five SEQUAL domains: Teaching Supports, Learning Community,…