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  • Robert Santillano


    Robert San­til­lano joined the ERA-New Orleans team as a Senior Research Fel­low after spend­ing five years as a research econ­o­mist at Math­e­mat­i­ca Pol­i­cy Research. …

  • Nathan Barrett


    Nathan Bar­rett is the Senior Direc­tor of Research and Eval­u­a­tion at the Nation­al Alliance for Pub­lic Char­ter Schools (NAPCS). …

  • Paula Arce-Trigatti


    Paula Arce-Tri­gat­ti is a Non-Res­i­dent Research Fel­low whose cur­rent research inter­ests include study­ing the impact of state and dis­trict lev­el poli­cies on schools and under­stand­ing how edu­ca­tion research is used in pract…

  • Jane Lincove


    Jane Arnold Lin­cove holds a Ph.D. in Pub­lic Admin­is­tra­tion from the Uni­ver­si­ty of South­ern Cal­i­for­nia and a Mas­ters in Pub­lic Pol­i­cy from UCLA. Her research exam­ines the design and effects of mar­ket-based edu­ca­…

  • Jon Valant


    Jon Valant is a Fel­low in the Brown Cen­ter on Edu­ca­tion Pol­i­cy at the Brook­ings Institution. …

  • Competition and School Leader Strategy

    Events | July 16, 2014

    One of the pri­ma­ry aims of char­ter school poli­cies is to intro­duce com­pe­ti­tion between all pub­lic schools. When par­ents can choose where to send their chil­dren to school, this cre­ates pres­sure on schools to attract and retain s…

  • The Atlantic Monthly quotes Era-New Orleans director Doug Harris

    News | June 30, 2014

    Doug Harris comments on the New Orleans schools' hesitancy to return to district control.

  • Era-New Orleans Director Doug Harris writes Op-Ed for the Times-Picayune

    News | June 30, 2014

    In response to critics and proponents alike, Era-New Orleans Director Doug Harris emphasizes the importance of looking at the data-driven evidence before forming any definitive conclusions about the New Orleans education reforms.

  • Jason Imbrogno


    Jason earned his Ph.D. in Eco­nom­ics from the Tep­per School of Busi­ness at Carnegie Mel­lon Uni­ver­si­ty in May 2014. He is cur­rent­ly an assis­tant pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of North Alabama. …

  • Holding the education accountability system accountable: An evaluation of Louisiana's K-12 test-based accountability system (Part II)

    Events | June 11, 2014

    Last mon­th’s brown bag was a dis­cus­sion of the basic prin­ci­ples of an effec­tive test-based account­abil­i­ty sys­tem. What does an effec­tive account­abil­i­ty sys­tem look like, and how does Louisiana’s cur­rent account­abil­i­t…