Chicago Education Research Presentation Series: Mini Conference

Apr 17, 2017 2:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Location
Chicago, ILChicago, IL

The CHERP mini-conference will be held in the 11th floor seminar room, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 S La Salle St., Chicago, IL. Below is more detail on the presenters and schedule.

CHERP Mini-Conference

April 17, 2017

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (230 S. LaSalle Street)

SESSION 1 (2-3 PM)

Kirabo Jackson

Northwestern

Reducing Inequality through Dynamic Complementarity: Evidence from Head Start and Public School Spending

Anjali Adukia

University of Chicago

Educational Investment Responses to Economic Opportunity: Evidence from Indian Road Construction

SESSION 2 (3-4 PM)

Amy Mart

CPS

District Support for Social and Emotional Learning in the Context of No Child Left Behind: Exploring Predictors of School-Level Implementation

Elaine Allensworth

University of Chicago

Why do students get good grades (or bad ones)? The influence of the school, teacher, and class conditions

BREAK (4-4:15 PM)

SESSION 3 (4:15-5:15 PM)

Javaeria Qureshi

UIC

Role of Parents and Schools in the Sorting of Students to Teachers

Eric Isenberg

AIR

Do Low-Income Students Have Equal Access to Effective Teachers?

RECEPTION

If you would like to attend the mini-conference, please RSVP to Sandy Schneider at the Chicago Fed at Sandy.Schneider@chi.frb.org; she will add your name to the list at security so that you can more easily enter the building. Please arrive early for security screening.

CHERP sponsors a series of monthly in-person presentations on preliminary research and analyses in education to encourage discussion and suggestions among the Chicago education policy research community. The series offers education researchers and students across the region an opportunity to learn about each other’s work, interact informally, and support the field of education research in Chicago. CHERP was launched in 2014 by Mathematica Policy Research in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the American Institutes for Research.