H. Alix Gallagher

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H. Alix Gallagher
Director, Strategic Partnerships,
Policy Analysis for California Education, Stanford University

H. Alix Gallagher is the director of strategic partnerships for PACE. The current partners include CORE Districts, California Education Partners, and Mills Teacher Scholars. The partners codevelop formative research questions to ensure the relevance of PACE’s research; translate findings from extant research to inform practitioners; and conduct summative evaluations that provide implications for education policy and practice. In response to COVID-19, Gallagher leveraged her knowledge of instruction and teacher learning to support partners rethinking instructional models to include distance and blended learning. Before joining PACE, Gallagher was an associate director at the Center for Education Policy at SRI International, where she led large-scale randomized controlled trials and policy studies. She received her PhD from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

updated 2021

Publications by H. Alix Gallagher
A Case Study of Two High-Poverty School Districts
This report examines two districts—Azusa Unified and Dinuba Unified—that have begun to shift district structures, policies, and culture to have a measurable effect on student outcomes. Both districts have committed to reducing the D/F rate for…
Lessons from Kern County
Counties, districts, and schools have had to respond to ever-shifting issues related to COVID-19. This brief describes the complex challenges that district superintendents faced, which often required expertise in areas beyond traditional…
Lessons for Improving Network Collaboration
Collaborative networks that use continuous improvement principles and tools can accelerate and spread learning across sites and contexts. Districts face unprecedented challenges in meeting students’ and families’ needs in rapidly changing conditions…
How can schools provide high-quality distance and blended learning during the pandemic? This brief includes a mix of rigorous evidence from extant studies, data from interviews with practitioners who described their learnings from informal…