Aug 2022

Does Administrative Burden Deter Young People? Evidence from Summer Jobs Programs

Sara Heller

This research paper examines the impact of administrative burden on the effectiveness of public social programs for young people, specifically summer jobs programs.

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A moonshot for student learning
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UChicago Magazine
May 2024

A moonshot for student learning

UChicago Magazine’s Elizabeth Station highlights the Personalized Learning Initiative, through which the UChicago Education Lab and its partners are developing and testing “high-dosage” tutoring programs that seek to fill learning gaps left by the COVID-19 pandemic.

AEI Education Policy Debate Series: $190 Billion Was Not Enough. The Feds Should Spend Billions More on Learning Loss.
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American Enterprise Institute
May 2024

AEI Education Policy Debate Series: $190 Billion Was Not Enough. The Feds Should Spend Billions More on Learning Loss.

In Philanthropy: Ken Griffin Donates $9M Toward Miami Schools
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Observer
Apr 2024

In Philanthropy: Ken Griffin Donates $9M Toward Miami Schools

The Observer’s Alexandra Tremayne-Pengelly penned this piece on the announcement of a $9M gift to expand intensive math tutoring for Miami-Dade students from Ken Griffin, founder and CEO of Citadel and founder of Griffin Catalyst.