Tatiana Geron is a third year Ph.D. student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education concentrating in Culture, Institutions, and Society. Her research occurs at the intersection of political theory, philosophy of education, and classroom practice. She’s interested in teachers’ moral agency and ethical decision-making and what makes the classroom a unique environment for enacting justice. In particular, she is interested in how teachers make sense of ethical dilemmas in their practice and how non-ideal theory can help explain the relationship between justice and the classroom. Prior to entering the doctoral program, Tatiana taught English Language Arts, Social Studies, and English as a Second Language in Boston and Brooklyn. Tatiana holds a BA in Political and Social Thought from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Teaching from the Boston Teacher Residency.