The Wallace Foundation commissioned three literature syntheses on topics related to school leadership. Mathematica is working with Vanderbilt University on a synthesis focused on the topic of assistant principals (APs). The synthesis aims to address two key questions.
Curriculum and professional development impact instruction and student achievement.Read more
Transitioning from high school to the next step can be both exciting and daunting.Read more
But higher ratings aren't linked to better outcomes for children.Read more
Place-based initiatives help children reach their full potential.Read more
A high-quality education is critical to the future of our nation's children and our country's economic success, but many lack access to effective teachers and schools. Mathematica studies public and private efforts to improve the quality of education and competitiveness of our workforce. Our work helps advance the science of education research and further discourse about education reform.
A Research Synthesis of the Role of Assistant Principals and Pathways to the Principalship
The International Research Experiences for Students Program
Mathematica is evaluating the National Science Foundation International Research Experiences for Students program and developing an electronic data system to support prospective monitoring and evaluation.
Larissa Campuzano has expertise designing and implementing experimental and nonexperimental evaluations. Her main research areas are education and international development.Featured Projects
- El Salvador: Impact Evaluation of Education, Training, and Productive Development
- Educational Technology: Does It Improve Academic Achievement?
- Impact Evaluation Findings After One Year of the Productive and Business Services Activity of the Productive Development Project, El Salvador
- Evaluation of UNICEF's Early Childhood Development Programmee with Focus on Government of Netherlands Funding (2008-2010): Global Synthesis Report Annexes
- International Research
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