Mathematica built on its initial study of KIPP middle schools with this five-year project, designed to address the question of whether KIPP can maintain its effectiveness as the network grows. The study included an impact analysis, an implementation analysis, and a correlational analysis.
Related Projects for Philip Gleason
KIPP: Preparing Youth for CollegeAug 18, 2017
Access to Effective Teaching for Low-Income StudentsOct 26, 2016
This project examines whether low-income students are taught by less effective teachers than high-income students, and if so, whether reducing this inequity would close the student achievement gap.
Study of Teaching Residency ProgramsNov 13, 2015
This study looked at characteristics of federally funded Teaching Residency Programs, including applicants and participants, by measuring program length, required coursework, characteristics of mentor teachers, selection criteria for participants, and retention rates.
Feasibility and Conduct of an Implementation and Impact Evaluation to Inform High Quality Data-Driven Instruction (DDI)Nov 12, 2015
Mathematica is conducting an experimental impact evaluation of the effects of data-driven instruction (DDI) on student achievement. This involves the implementation of high quality DDI professional development and estimating its effects on student achievement.
Evaluation of the District-Charter Collaboration GrantsAug 31, 2015
Mathematica is measuring effects of the collaborations in seven cities that received grants to assess how these grants are fostering cooperation and equity between public and charter schools.
Ending Childhood Hunger: Evaluation of Demonstration ProjectsAug 07, 2015
Mathematica is evaluating innovative strategies to reduce hunger in low-income households with children. The study includes five federally funded demonstration projects that target areas or populations with elevated levels of childhood food insecurity.