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Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education and in Critical Disability Studies, York University, Canada

Dr. Robert Brown has worked in applied research for over thirty-five years, in media research, market research, and education research. After a master’s in Communication Studies at the University of Windsor, he completed his doctorate in education at the University of Toronto. A Past President of the Association of Educational Researchers of Ontario, Robert retired from the Toronto District School Board's Research and Development department in August. He is Adjunct Professor at York University, in the Faculty of Education and in Critical Disability Studies. His areas of study include the time structures of schools, postsecondary student pathways; longitudinal tracking studies; and socio-economic and demographic patterns. He has authored or co-authored works in a number of fields including education, psychology, sociology, medicine, and economics.