CALDER 3.0: Expanding the Reach of a Successful Research Consortium
Grant Year: 2017
Daniel Goldhaber will direct the research and publications program of the National Center for the Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER). He will work with CALDER affiliates in five states to answer questions in four broad education policy areas: what policies can best improve college and career readiness; what policies can promote the recruitment, advancement, and retention of high-quality teachers and principals; what policies can improve the poorest-performingschools; and what out-of-school factors most affect student achievement. The project’s findings will appear in a series of reports, papers, and policy briefings for state and district officials.
American Institutes for Research Domestic Public Policy