Geoffrey D. Borman

Geoffrey D. Borman
Geoffrey D. Borman
Foundation Professor of Quantitative Methods and Education Policy,
Arizona State University

Dr. Geoffrey D. Borman is transitioning to Arizona State University, where he will be Foundation Professor of Quantitative Methods and Education Policy. His main substantive interests include social stratification and the ways in which educational policies and practices can help address and overcome inequality. His methodological interests concern estimation of the causal effects of interventions implemented on a widespread basis in field settings. Read Dr. Borman's most recent biography at University of Wisconsin-Madison, while Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis (ELPA), here.

Publications by Geoffrey D. Borman
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Students suffer learning losses over the summer holiday in the best of circumstances; the COVID-19 school closures are likely to intensify that effect. While it is impossible to know at this point to what degree learning loss will be impacted by…