Joseph Reilly, EdD, is an assistant research scientist with the Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) at Johns Hopkins University. His professional background and academic interests are focused on educational psychology, teacher development, special education, and program/curriculum evaluation. At CRRE, Reilly specializes in mixed methods evaluations of K-8th instructional interventions in reading and mathematics, and also leads the department’s Foundational Research Unit, which specializes in producing scholarly literature reviews, practitioner-facing best practices briefs, and ESSA Tier IV evidence portfolios for both curriculum developers and school districts. At SOE, he also serves as an Instructor and Adjunct Professor in the JHU Master of Science in Education Program in partnership with Teach for America and The New Teacher Project. Prior to joining CRRE, Reilly served as a middle school teacher in the Baltimore City Public School District.

Keywords: Mixed methods research; program/curriculum evaluation; educational psychology; teacher development.