Benjamin W. Domingue

Benjamin W. Domingue
Benjamin W. Domingue
Assistant Professor,
Stanford University

Benjamin W. Domingue is an assistant professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, an assistant professor (by courtesy) in the Stanford Department of Sociology, on the steering committee of the Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA), and a faculty fellow in Stanford Population Health Sciences; he received his PhD from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Professor Domingue is interested in how research on student outcomes can inform our understanding of student learning, teacher performance, and the efficacy of programs and policies. His research utilizes a wide range of data on student outcomes, examining measures of health and wellbeing in addition to various assessments of academic learning and student experience; he has a particular interest in the technical issues that support drawing inferences from such analyses of student outcomes.

Publications by Benjamin W. Domingue
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We use data from oral reading fluency (ORF) assessments to examine COVID-19’s effects on children’s ORF in over 100 U.S. school districts. Students’ development of ORF largely stopped in spring 2020 following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. In…