Texas Schools Project supports and conducts high-quality academic research to improve academic achievement and teacher effectiveness, increase transitions to and success in postsecondary education, and improve labor market outcomes of students in Texas and the nation.
The UT Dallas Education Research Center facilitates research to benefit education in Texas by providing approved researchers access to individual-level administrative data through the state of Texas Education Research Center program.
The John F. Kain Center for Research on Education Policy focuses on the study of education policy using methods of empirical research.
Kain Center scholars hold a long and distinguished track record of producing important, policy-relevant research published in top economics, public policy and education journals, and possess substantial experience working with Texas administrative data on topics relevant to education in Texas.
Andrews awarded funding for “Does Attending an Elite University Help Low Income Students? Evidence From the Texas Longhorn and Texas A&M Century Scholars Program” study.
Andrews talks about promise programs in Plausible Promises?
Andrews awarded funding for “Price Deregulation and Equality of Opportunity in Higher Education” study.
The Economist: The Geography of Joblessness – Kain’s Spatial-Mismatch Hypothesis Re-Affirmed