Stacy B. Ehrlich

Stacy B. Ehrlich is a Senior Research Scientist at NORC at the University of Chicago. In her prior role at the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research, Stacy developed and led the early childhood education research agenda.  Stacy's research interests include using quantitative methods to measure student learning and growth for the improvement of education. She is a developmental psychologist with training in quantitative methods and analyses and has substantive expertise in the areas of early attendance and the measurement of early education program/school climate. Stacy has also been involved in outreach with other research organizations that are implementing research-practitioner partnership models similar to that of the Consortium and served as the Research-Practice Coordinator for current IES Predoctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Fellows at the University of Chicago. 

All Publications

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Teens, Digital Media, and the Chicago Public Library Teens, Digital Media, and the Chicago Public Library Report May 2013
The Use of Technology in Chicago Public Schools 2011: Perspectives from Students, Teachers, and Principals The Use of Technology in Chicago Public Schools 2011

Perspectives from Students, Teachers, and Principals

Report Apr 2013
What Matters for Staying On-Track and Graduating in Chicago Public Schools: A Focus on English Language Learners What Matters for Staying On-Track and Graduating in Chicago Public Schools

A Focus on English Language Learners

Report May 2012
YOUmedia Chicago: Reimagining Learning, Literacies, and Libraries: A Snapshot of Year 1 YOUmedia Chicago

Reimagining Learning, Literacies, and Libraries

Report May 2011
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