Research Awards

2015   MacArthur Foundation, Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in Secondary Education, Principal Investigator, $200,000, Improving access and retention in secondary education in PSIPSE countries: What can we learn from existing large-scale resources?

2012  The United Nations Children’s Fund
Principal Investigator with Thomas F. Luschei Co-PI, $228,859, Study of Teachers for Children Marginalized by Social Origin, Economic Status or Location

2011  Asian Studies Center and Center for Gender in Global Context, MSU
Co-Principal Investigator with Lind Racioppi and Karim Maredia, $7,842, Strategic Partnership with Self-Employed Women’s Association

2010  National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation
Postdoctoral Fellowship, $55,000, The impact of contract-teachers on student learning in developing countries: A multi-level, multi-country analysis

2009  In-House Grant Program, College of Education, MSU
Principal Investigator, $4,620,  Understanding mobile phone use among adult illiterates in semi-urban and rural India

2007  American Educational Research Association
Co-Principal Investigator with Thomas F. Luschei, $35,000, National Income, Income Inequality, and the Importance of Schools and Teachers: A hierarchical cross-national comparison

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