H. Alix Gallagher

Institution: 
Stanford University

H. Alix Gallagher is the Director of Research-Practice Partnerships at Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) at Stanford University, where she leads the developmental evaluation for the CORE-PACE Research Partnership among other projects. Before joining PACE, Alix was an Associate Director at the Center for Education Policy at SRI International. There she led large-scale randomized controlled trials and policy studies and was fortunate to be part of two successful long-term research-practice partnerships. Alix’s expertise is in improving instructional quality and student outcomes. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. in History and Growth and Structure of Cities from Bryn Mawr College. Alix began her career in education as an elementary school teacher.

Publications

Learning and Practicing Continuous Improvement: Lessons from the CORE Districts. H. Alix Gallagher, Benjamin W. Cottingham (October 2019)
Leadership that Supports Continuous Improvement: The Case of Ayer Elementary. Kate E. Kennedy, H. Alix Gallagher (October 2019)
A Student-Centered Culture of Improvement: The Case of Garden Grove Unified School District. Benjamin W. Cottingham, Angela Gong, H. Alix Gallagher (October 2019)
Engaging District, School, and Teacher Leaders in Improvement. H. Alix Gallagher, Angela Gong, Heather Hough, Kate E. Kennedy, Taylor N. Allbright, Eupha Jeanne Daramola (January 2019)

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