Robert H. Meyer

Robert_Meyer
Robert H. Meyer
President and CEO,
Education Analytics

Robert H. Meyer is the president and CEO of Education Analytics, a Madison-based nonprofit that conducts sophisticated statistical research to solve complex, pressing problems facing public education in the United States. He was formerly the director of the Value-Added Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has conducted major statistical evaluations of programs and policies, such as class-size reduction, literacy, and supplemental educational services. Meyer received the University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research in 2010.

Publications by Robert H. Meyer
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Evidence From Interim Assessments in California
At the first anniversary of school closures due to COVID-19, nearly half of the K–12 students in the U.S. were attending schools that were either fully remote or offering hybrid instruction, with more than 70 percent of California students attending…
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Evidence from the CORE Districts
Since spring 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has been abruptly interrupting regular instruction in almost all schools in the U.S. One year later, policymakers, district administrators, and educators are still balancing the benefits and risks of…
We illustrate the application of mixture IRT models to evaluate the possibility of respondent confusion due to the negative wording of certain items on a social-emotional learning (SEL) assessment. Using actual student self-report ratings on four…
This brief applies value-added models to student surveys in the CORE Districts to explore whether social-emotional learning (SEL) surveys can be used to measure effective classroom-level supports for SEL. The authors find that classrooms differ in…