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Fall CEPA Speaker Series

On December 7th, Sean Corcoran, associate professor of education economics, Steinhardt School, New York University spoke about “Leveling the Playing Field for High School Choice Through Decision Supports: A Randomized Intervention Study” as part of CEPA's fall speaker series.

John Papay, assistant professor of education and economics, Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University joined CEPA folks on November 9th, to discuss “The Effects of School Turnaround Strategies in Massachusetts"

On October 25th, CEPA's 2nd speaker series invited Amy Ellen Schwartz, professor, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Chair in Public Affairs, Maxwell School, Syracuse University: “The Impact of Universal Free Meals on Student Outcomes”.


The Neag School of Education's Center for Education Policy Analysis held it's first fall speaker series on September 27th in the Gentry Building, featuring Peter Youngs, Associate Professor at the Curry School of Education, University of Virginia, who spoke on "The Role of Social Context In Novice Teacher Development".

Spring CEPA Speaker Series

On April 20th, Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell, Ph.D., shared "Them That’s Got: How Tie Formation in Partnership Networks Gives High Schools Differential Access to Social Capital” at the year's last CEPA event.  

On April 12th, Ana M. Martínez Alemán, associate dean for faculty and professor of the Educational Leadership and Higher Education Department at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education spoke on “A Platica on the Impact of Race on College Teaching and Learning.” at the recent spring speaker series, hosted by CEPA.

On March 27th, Susanna Loeb, Barnett Family Professor of Education, Stanford UniversityOne Step at a Time: The Effects of an Early Literacy Text Messaging Program for Parents of Preschoolers” as part of CEPA's spring speaker series.

On February 22nd, Jorge Agüero, assistant professor, Department of Economics and El Instituto at the University of Connecticut: “School Quality and Behavioral Responses: Evidence From the Expansion of the School Day in Peru” as part of CEPA's spring speaker series.