MPES 2 Cohort 2
BiographyKelly Hallberg is a doctoral candidate in Human Development and Social Policy. Her dissertation examines the conditions under which quasi-experimental research designs can provide trustworthy estimates of causal effects in education. Her work is designed to improve the internal and external validity of evaluations of education policies and programs. Kelly served as a senior researcher at American Institutes for Research where she led education program evaluations and policy studies. She has also served as a research assistant at Chapin Hall Center for Children and as a Senate Aide to Senator Tom Harkin. Kelly holds a BA in political science with an education concentration from Carleton College, an MPP from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago and an MA in Human Development and Social Policy from Northwestern.
|2011||MA, Human Dev & Social Pol||Northwestern University|
|2005||MPP||Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago|
|2001||BA, Political Science, Education Concentration||Carleton College|
Research methodology, quasi experimental design, within study comparisons, education policy, and evaluating the effectiveness of education reforms and interventions
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