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For-Profit Charter Schools: An evaluation of their spending and outcomes
Education Policy
September 28, 2022
This report, published in Thomas B. Fordham Institute, evaluates for-profit charter school's spending and outcomes. 
Toward a More Reflexive and Deliberative Public Affairs: A Critical Reimagining of Doctoral Training
Education Policy
February 22, 2022
This article analyzes a reimagining of public affairs doctoral training by institutionalizing the socioemotional processes of reflexivity and deliberation in three key areas of doctoral training: core coursework, pedagogical training, and professional development.
Academic Achievement and Pandemic Recovery in Ohio
COVID-19
September 15, 2022
Examination of student performance on the Ohio fall 2021 third grade English language arts (ELA) assessment.
Strictly Speaking: Examining Teacher Use of Punishment and Student Outcomes
Education Policy
May 02, 2022
This working paper, from Associate Professor Katie Vinopal and colleagues, examines how teachers vary in disciplinary behaviors and the impacts on students.
Maintaining School Foodservice Operations in Ohio during COVID-19: "This [Was] Not the Time to Sit Back and Watch"
COVID-19
May 14, 2022
This study published in the National Library of Medicine analyzes how COVID-19 related lockdowns affected critical resources for nutritious food.
Academic Achievement and Pandemic Recovery in Ohio
Education Policy
June 09, 2022
This report by Prof. Vladimir Kogan examines student performance on the Ohio fall 2021 third grade English language arts (ELA) assessment, covering the second cohort of third graders tested since the beginning of the pandemic.
Incorporating Quality-Differentiated Demand into the Undergraduate Microeconomics Core
Education Policy
May 17, 2022
This study, published in The American Economist, addresses quality-related aspects of consumer choice in undergraduate microeconomics.
Understanding Individual and Organizational Level Representation: The Case of Parental Involvement in Schools
Education Policy
October 13, 2017
This study, published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, examines whether the benefits of representation stem from individual (direct)- versus organizational (indirect)-level pathways, or both.
Rookie Mistakes: The Interplay of Teacher Experience and Racial Representation
Education Policy
September 11, 2019
This study, published in Educational Researcher, examines the extent to which teachers’ perceptions of racially dissimilar students vary by experience in the teaching profession
Socioeconomic Representation: Expanding the Theory of Representative Bureaucracy
Education Policy
April 01, 2020
This study, published in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, investigates whether socioeconomic representation affects teachers' perceptions of their relationships with students.
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