BiographyKatie Dahlke is a doctoral student in Human Development and Social Policy. Her research interests include early childhood education, child development, and educational/social program and policy evaluation. Prior to attending Northwestern University, Katie served as a researcher at American Institutes for Research, leading local and state-wide evaluations of education initiatives and programs. She has also served as a research associate at Learning Point Associates, as a research associate at the Office of Program Evaluation in the College of Education at the University of South Carolina, and as a program evaluator for The Evaluation Group in Columbia, South Carolina. Katie holds a BS in psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MSW from the University of South Carolina.
|2004||MSW||University of South Carolina|
|2001||BS, Psychology||University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign|
Selected PresentationsDahlke, K., Butler, J., Zajano, N., Siddens, S., Baker, L. (November, 2009). Informing Multiple Stakeholders: A Participatory, Utilization-Focused Evaluation of State-wide Preschool Initiatives. Orlando, FL.
Tanyu, M., Dahlke, K. A., Bonney, C., & O’Brien, B. (November, 2008). Three essential C’s of data collection: Collaboration, coordination, and communication in a multi-site evaluation.. Denver, CO.
Dahlke, K. A., Dickenson, T. S., Monrad, D. M., Johnson, R. L., Gilmore, J. A., Rawls, A., et al. (February, 2007). Evaluation of South Carolina’s Reading First Initiative: Achievement and survey results from the first two years. . Columbia, SC.
Research InterestsEarly Childhood Education, Child Development, and Educational & Social Program and Policy Evaluation
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