Michael S. Garet

Michael S. Garet
Vice President and Institute Fellow,
American Institutes for Research

Michael Garet is a vice president in the education program and an institute fellow at American Institutes for Research (AIR). His areas of specialization include methodological issues in evaluating the impacts of educational interventions; the analysis of large-scale survey and assessment data; and the analysis of organizational structure and process. His recent work has focused on teacher quality and professional development in reading, mathematics, and science. Before joining the staff at AIR, Garet was an assistant professor in the School of Education at Stanford, and an associate professor in the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern. His recent publications appear in Educational Researcher, American Educational Research Journal, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Teachers College Record, and Peabody Journal of Education.

updated 1985

Publications by Michael S. Garet
1982–83 to 1984–85
This study investigates curricular changes in California comprehensive high schools from 1982-83 to 1984-85. During this period a number of educational reforms occurred, all aimed at bolstering the academic demands of secondary schools. Senate Bill…