Kirsten Slungaard Mumma

Kirsten Mumma
Kirsten Slungaard Mumma
Ph.D. candidate in Education Policy and Program Evaluation,
Harvard University

Kirsten Slungaard Mumma is a Ph.D. candidate in Education Policy and Program Evaluation (EPPE) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an Institute of Education Sciences (IES) PIER fellow at the Center for Education Policy Research. Her research is in the economics of education. She studies language skills, immigrant integration, and K12 school choice. 

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GDTFII Brief Charter
When California became the second state to authorize charter schools in 1992, the state’s system for authorization, oversight, and renewal of charter schools was in many ways a bold experiment. The concept was new, and the impacts on both student…