Education Policy Research Forum

Date: 
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 
101 CERAS Learning Hall

Please join us as we highlight the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) funded research of the Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis doctoral students.

Brent Evans, 5th year, IES Fellow, Higher Education
"SMART Money: Do Financial Incentives Encourage College Students to Study Science?"

Lindsay Fox, 2nd year, IES Fellow, Economics of Education and Jim Soland, 2nd year, IES Fellow, Development and Psychological Sciences
"Is a Good Teacher a Good Teacher for All? Comparing Value-Added of Teachers with Their English Learners and Non-English Learners"

Ximena Portilla, 3rd year, IES Fellow, Development and Psychological Sciences
Does Bilingualism Foster Executive Functioning Skills in Emotionally Dysregulated Children?

Eric Taylor, 3rd year, IES Fellow, Economics of Education
"Spending More of the School Day in Math Class: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity in Middle-School"

Ilana Umansky, 4th year, IES Fellow, Sociology of Education
Peeling Back the Label: Do Classifications and Specialized Services Help or Harm Students Learning English?

Imeh Williams, 6th year, IES Fellow, Education Administration and Policy Analysis
"Race and the Principal Pipeline: The Prevalence of Minority Principals in Light of a Largely White Teacher Workforce"

Event contact: 

Taryn Garvin
tgarvin@stanford.edu