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IMPAQ Education Expert Presents at the AEFP Annual Conference

March 17-19, 2016

 


Dr. Stephanie Levin

 
Dr. Yasuyo Abe
 
Dr. Mikhail Pyatigorsky

IMPAQ Presentation

IMPAQ education expert, Senior Research Associate Dr. Stephanie Levin, will co-present “Teachers’ Experiences of a Hybrid Professional Development Model of Reading Apprenticeship” at the Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) 41st Annual Conference in Denver, CO. The presentation, co-authored by Dr. Levin, Dr. Yasuyo Abe, Dr. Mikhail Pyatigorsky, and Dr. Cheri Fancsali, is a part of Concurrent Session XI on Saturday, March 19 from 9:45 AM – 11:15 AM.

Dr. Stephanie Levin has significant quantitative and qualitative research and evaluation experience in K-12 education, as well as expertise in providing support to school, district, and state-level policymakers. Her efforts are focused on educational equity, the impact of federal, state, and district teacher policies on teacher effectiveness and student outcomes, and school finance and budgeting.

Read the presentation abstract.

View the conference program.

About the AEFP Annual Conference

AEFP is a non-profit professional and academic association that tackles important education finance issues. The organization encourages intellectually rigorous education finance and policy-related inquiry and scholarship capable of improving understanding and practice. This year, the AEFP conference theme is “The Perils of Research Irrelevance: Balancing Data Use Against Privacy Concerns.”