Takako Nomi

Takako Nomi is an Assistant Professor of education at St. Louis University and a Consortium research affiliate. Her recent studies have examined the effect of a series of curricular reforms, the policy mechanisms, their unintended consequences, and the long-term impacts on post-high school outcomes. She is also on a research team studying the effects of summer algebra credit recovery through online versus face-to-face approaches. Her research interests include educational stratification, education policy, and quantitative research methodology.

All Publications

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Preview Not AvailableMaking a Success of "Algebra for All"

The Impact of Extended Instructional Time and Classroom Peer Skill in Chicago

Article Jun 2016
Skill-Based Sorting in the Era of College Prep for All: Costs and Benefits Skill-Based Sorting in the Era of College Prep for All

Costs and Benefits

Brief Mar 2014
Sorting and Supporting: Why Double-Dose Algebra Led to Better Test Scores but More Course Failures Sorting and Supporting

Why Double-Dose Algebra Led to Better Test Scores but More Course Failures

Article Aug 2013
Preview Not AvailableThe Unintended Consequences of an Algebra-for-All Policy on High-Skill Students

Effects on Instructional Organization and Students' Academic Outcomes

Article Dec 2012
The Effects of Tracking with Supports on Instructional Climate and Student Outcomes in High School Algebra The Effects of Tracking with Supports on Instructional Climate and Student Outcomes in High School Algebra Working Paper May 2010
College Preparatory Curriculum for All: Academic Consequences of Requiring Algebra and English I for Ninth Graders in Chicago College Preparatory Curriculum for All

Academic Consequences of Requiring Algebra and English I for Ninth Graders in Chicago

Article Dec 2009
Preview Not Available"Double-Dose" Algebra as an Alternative Strategy to Remediation

Effects on Students' Academic Outcomes

Article Apr 2009
"Double-Dose" Algebra as an Alternative Strategy to Remediation: Effects on Students' Academic Outcomes "Double-Dose" Algebra as an Alternative Strategy to Remediation

Effects on Students' Academic Outcomes

Working Paper Dec 2008
College Preparatory Curriculum for All: Consequences of Ninth-Grade CourseTaking in Algebra and English on Academic Outcomes in Chicago College Preparatory Curriculum for All

Consequences of Ninth-Grade CourseTaking in Algebra and English on Academic Outcomes in Chicago

Working Paper Dec 2008
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