Kaleen Healey

Kaleen Healey is a Research Scientist at UChicago Consortium. She joined UChicago Consortium after earning her PhD in human development and social policy from Northwestern University.  She previously directed a college and career readiness program in Chicago and taught in the Saint Louis Public Schools through Teach for America.  She holds a BFA from the University of Notre Dame and an MA from Loyola University Chicago.

All Publications

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High School Graduation Rates through Two Decades of District Change: The Influence of Policies, Data Records, and Demographic Shifts High School Graduation Rates through Two Decades of District Change

The Influence of Policies, Data Records, and Demographic Shifts

Report Jun 2016
The Educational Attainment of Chicago Public Schools Students: 2015: A Focus on Four-Year College Degrees The Educational Attainment of Chicago Public Schools Students

2015

Brief Jun 2016
The Educational Attainment of Chicago Public Schools Students: A Focus on Four-Year College Degrees The Educational Attainment of Chicago Public Schools Students

A Focus on Four-Year College Degrees

Brief Dec 2014
Preview Not AvailableMeasuring Up Article May 2014
Teacher Evaluation in Practice: Implementing Chicago's REACH Students Teacher Evaluation in Practice

Implementing Chicago's REACH Students

Report Sep 2013
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