The Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) is a research center in the Johns Hopkins School of Education. Our goal is to improve the quality of education for children through high-quality research and evaluation studies that merge traditional program evaluation methodology with the trends and demands of the current education industry.
CRRE History and Overview
The Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) is a research center within the Johns Hopkins School of Education. Established in 2004, our major goal is to improve the quality of education for disadvantaged children in grades pre-K to 12 through high-quality research and evaluation studies and the dissemination of evidence-based research.
CRRE is a multifaceted organization offering client-driven research and evaluation services, while also publishing a website, newsletter, and blog dedicated to providing stakeholders with rigorous evidence of effective educational practices.
CRRE’s Client-Driven Research and Evaluation
Specializing in education and applied science program evaluation, CRRE’s research department improves the impacts of programs and services through four levels of evaluation studies: (1) design and implementation quality; (2) development; (3) efficacy; and (4) effectiveness.
Researchers at CRRE work with clients to tailor evaluation plans to needs and budget, offering a range of services that include consulting, research design, program monitoring, data collection, survey and assessment administration, and rigorous analyses of quantitative and qualitative data. Read more about CRRE’s services on our evaluation services page.