Center for Education Policy Analysis
The mission of CEPA is to inform educational leaders and policymakers on issues related to the development, implementation and consequences of education policies. CEPA examines policies through multiple perspectives, paying particular attention to the impact of policies on social justice and educational equity across P-20 educational settings.
The University of Connecticut Center for Education Policy Research is a member of the Education Policy Alliance. The Education Policy Alliance is a nationwide network of university-based research centers and organizations. Alliance members provide high-quality research on the nation's most important education policy and practice issues.
News & Events
Dr. Morgaen Donaldson and a CEPA team present preliminary findings from their educator evaluation study to Connecticut's Performance Evaluation Advisory Council (PEAC)
Dr. Rachael Gabriel, CEPA Associate, recently published "Sentinels guarding the grail: Value-added measurement and the quest for education reform" in Education Policy Analysis Archives.
Dr. Anysia Mayer working with the Civil Rights Project at UCLA on a study of International Baccalaureate programs.
Dr. Morgaen Donaldson interviewed on WNPR's Where We Live to discuss teacher evaluation.
Dr. Jason Irizarry wins the 2012 Philip C. Chinn Book Award from the National Association for Multicultural Education.