Access to relevant, workable data is essential in ensuring compliance, improving programs, and enhancing learning. But many schools, districts, and organizations have trouble managing it, making sense of it, or even trusting it.

At the Johns Hopkins School of Education, we’re committed to providing the dependable, long-range tools and knowledge our partners need to collect, analyze, and report high-quality student data.

From web-based applications to digital portfolios, we have built data systems that serve state and local administrators, service coordinators and providers, and children and families alike.

Our research and policy experts focus on a range of key education topics today, from absenteeism to student and teacher health to school safety, and our breadth of subject matter expertise allows us to help you get the data you need, draw insights from it, and use it to improve schools.

Our Data Experts

The Johns Hopkins School of Education is home to a diverse group of scholars, researchers, analysts, and administrators with expertise in data collection, systems, and analysis.

Linda Carling, EdD

Associate Research Professor
Center Director, Center for Technology in Education


Center for Technology in Education, SOE Leadership


Research, Evaluation & Assessment

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Ashley Rogers Berner, PhD

Associate Professor
Director, Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy


Institute for Education Policy, SOE Leadership


Curriculum Studies, Education Policy & Politics, Research, Evaluation & Assessment

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