Vi-Nhuan Le is a senior research scientist at NORC in the Department of Education and Child Development. She was formerly an associate behavioral scientist at RAND, where she conducted research on educational assessment. Le researches issues related to mathematics and science reform; educational assessment; postsecondary access and persistence; and early childhood education. Her past projects include examining the relationship between a quality rating system for childcare providers and key child outcomes; exploring the impact of merit pay on mathematics teachers’ attitudes and instructional practices; and studying the effects of participation in the College Bound readiness program on student attendance, academic achievement, and college attendance. Le received her PhD in educational psychology from Stanford University.