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Good is a researcher and evaluator at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, where she co-directs the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative, and Directs the WCER Clinical Program. She supports many youth-serving organizations through research-practice partnerships and culturally responsive evaluation in topics such as digital tools in K12 classrooms, community schools, tutoring, and ensuring equitable access and outcomes in learning opportunities.
Online Learning and Implications for Inequality in the Classroom
Critical Issues about Online Credit Recovery Programs in America's Schools
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Examines the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program. Studies the impact of out-of-school time (OST) tutoring on student reading and mathematics achievement that link provider attributes and policy and program administration variables to tutoring program effectiveness. Argues that many students are not getting enough hours of high-quality, differentiated instruction to produce significant gains in their learning, in part because of high hourly rates charged by providers for tutoring. Identifies strategies and policy levers that school districts can use to improve OST tutoring policy design and launch improved programs as waivers from NCLB are granted.