Dylan graduated with a BA in economics from Bates College, where he also studied anthropology, education, German, and history. He previously worked on projects focused on teaching the history of migration in Maine schools, unemployment effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the use of machine learning in education. At Bates, Dylan was involved with the school’s Brooks Quimby Debate Council, of which he served as vice president and president.
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