Marsha Ing

Marsha Ing
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Education,
University of California, Riverside

Marsha Ing is an associate professor of educational psychology in the School of Education at the University of California, Riverside. Her research focuses on measuring mathematics and science teaching and learning. She is particularly interested in applying quantitative methods to understand the mechanisms that influence STEM student outcomes. Ing both her MA in educational research methods and her PhD in quantitative research methods from the University of California, Los Angeles.

updated 2003

Publications by Marsha Ing
As the "Year of Education" draws to a close, PACE is reviving its signature publication, Conditions of Education in California, in order to sustain focus on the long-term comprehensive educational reforms that California needs. In this edition of…
The recent approval of the No Child Left Behind Act (2001) changes the landscape for evaluating school success. In addition to requiring student testing in math and reading for all students in Grades 3–8, a major component of the new law…