Vanderbilt University researcher Jason Grissom (Vanderbilt University) discusses his recent study on how - and why - principals ultimately leave their schools, and provides some suggestions for districts hoping to retain and support their most effective school leaders.
Education researcher Elizabeth Farley-Ripple (University of Delaware) speaks with CPRE Knowledge Hub Director Bobbi Newman about a new conceptual framework for researchers and practitioners, and its potential to inform new, more collaborative approaches to educational research.
CPRE Hub director Bobbi Newman speaks with CPRE senior researchers Henry May (University of Delaware), Abigail Gray (University of Pennsylvania), and Philip Sirinides (University of Pennylvania) about their monumental study of Reading Recovery, a national intervention designed to improve literacy achievement in struggling first-graders.
Joshua Goodman, Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, sits down with CPRE, Research Specialist, Robert Nathenson to discuss Benjamin Castleman and Joshua Goodman's study, Intensive College Counseling and the Enrollment and Persistence of Low Income Students, which was published in the journal, Education Finance and Policy in January 2018. Goodman shares the findings of their study on the impact of intensive college counseling to improve college enrollment and...
Former Delegated Director of the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, Ruth Curran Neild talks with CPRE Knowledge Hub's Co-Director Bobbi Newman about her study Finding their Stride: Kindergarten English learners and time to proficiency in the school District of Philadelphia which was co-authored with Joshua Lin. Lin is a researcher at Philadelphia Education Research Consortium (PERC) where Curran Neild is the Director.
University of Calgary doctoral student Mylynn Felt joins the Research Minutes podcast to talk about how researchers in the social sciences can use big data to further their research aims, some tools that can be help for researchers who want to get started in this type of work, and the ramifications of big data for social science in the long term.