Erin Kang

Erin Kang
Graduate Student,
State University of New York

Erin Kang is a graduate student in clinical psychology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. While an undergraduate student in psychology and in molecular and cell biology at University of California, Berkeley, she co-authored a working paper for PACE, examining the reliability of state efforts to track achievement under No Child Left Behind. Her current research interests include understanding various mechanisms and developmental processes underlying autism spectrum disorder and evidence-based interventions for it. 

updated 2006

Publications by Erin Kang
How to Judge No Child Left Behind?
As Congress reconsiders the federal government’s role in school reform, many policymakers feel pressure to claim that No Child Left Behind (NCLB) is boosting student performance. But how should politicians and activists gauge NCLB’s effects? In this…
The Reliability of How States Track Achievement
Debate is well under way regarding the efficacy of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, including whether this bundle of federal rules and resources is prompting gains in student achievement. Spirited conversation will intensify as the Congress…