Jacob Fay is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, attached to the Center’s Democratic Knowledge Project Design Studio. There, he heads the Intercollegiate Civil Disagreement Partnership, multi-institution collaboration that trains students to facilitate conversations across political difference with their peers. As a scholar, he is at work developing a political theory of injustice. This project is an extension of his dissertation, Education and Injustice, which won the 2020 Kuhmerker Dissertation Award from the Association for Moral Education. Fay is co-editor with Meira Levinson of Democratic Discord in Schools: Cases and Commentaries (2019) and Dilemmas of Educational Ethics: Cases and Commentaries (2016). Prior to his appointment as a postdoctoral fellow, Fay was a visiting assistant professor at Bowdoin College. He has been a 2017-2018 Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Pedagogy Fellow, a 2016-2017 Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Graduate Fellow, and a member of the 2013-2014 Spencer Foundation Philosophy of Education Institute. He holds an Ed.D and M.Ed from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an MA in American History from Brandeis University. Undergirding all of his work and research are his experiences as a middle school history teacher.