Benjamin W. Domingue

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

Ben Domingue is an associate professor at Stanford Graduate School of Education. He is also a faculty director at Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE). Domingue is interested in how student outcomes are leveraged to inform understanding of student learning, teacher performance, and the efficacy of other programs. He has a particular interest in the technical issues that make it challenging to draw simple inferences from student outcomes. When not analyzing item response data, he explores the implications for social science of the sudden increase in our capacity to measure human DNA and how this new data may change our understanding of human behavior. Domingue received his PhD from the University of Colorado Boulder.

updated 2021

Publications by Benjamin W. Domingue
Critical Actions for Recovery and the Role of Research in the Years Ahead
The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) recently issued a report providing guidance on the future of education research at the National Center for Education Research and the National Center for Special Education Research, two centers directed by…
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…