The Center for Research and Reform in Education at the Johns Hopkins School of Education partners with clients to design, conduct, manage, and evaluate evidence-based research that meets the standards established by What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) and Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
We believe that educators want and benefit greatly from evidence. CRRE staff work to design studies that are scientifically rigorous, affordable, and consistent with the funding organization’s objectives. Our clients include school districts, curriculum developers, higher education institutions, advocacy organizations, and educational nonprofits.
We work with everyone from small organizations (to evaluate small-scale initiatives) to some of the largest school districts and curriculum publishers in the United States (to evaluate districtwide educational programs and highly popular curriculum packages).
Our staff takes great interest and pride in adapting studies to optimally meet clients’ needs, timelines, and budgets.
CRRE specializes in mixed-methods evaluations — bringing years of experience and special expertise to integrate qualitative and quantitative data sources to deliver the most comprehensive and accurate solutions available.