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Vaughan Byrnes

Affiliated Researcher

Vaughan Byrnes has worked at the Center for Social Organization of Schools, at Johns Hopkins University, since 2001. His work has focused on the evaluation of education policy and intervention programs. His main area of interest and expertise is in research methodology, including the selection and implementation of appropriate research designs and statistical analyses for studies, as well as the supervision of data collection and processing, and the development of evaluation tools and instruments. He received his MSc in Research Methodology and Statistics, with Merit, from the London School of Economics after having first completed an Honours B.A. in Sociology with a Minor in Economics at McGill University. Since 2008, he has also held a position as research associate at Queen’s University, where he has consulted on the methodological design, data collection, and statistical analysis of several projects in health sciences education.

Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence

Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence

The Everyone Graduates Center and Attendance Works are pleased to partner on Portraits of Change: Aligning ...

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Building a Grad Nation 2014-2015 Update

Building a Grad Nation 2014-2015 Update

Too many students are trapped in failing schools or in communities of intergenerational poverty with ...

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Getting Back on-Track: Early Warning Indicator Analysis of High School & Post-Secondary Outcomes San Jose Unified School District

Getting Back on-Track: Early Warning Indicator Analysis of High School & Post-Secondary Outcomes San Jose Unified School District

This study was conducted by the Everyone Graduates Center (EGC) of the School of Education, ...

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Building a Grad Nation 2013-2014 Update

Building a Grad Nation 2013-2014 Update

This fifth annual update on America’s high school dropout crisis shows that, for the first ...

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New York City Finds Success in Cutting Chronic Absenteeism in School

New York City Finds Success in Cutting Chronic Absenteeism in School

Mentors, wake-up calls to students, incentives and weekly “student success” meetings led by principals helped ...

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The Academic Impacts of Career and Technical Schools: A Case Study of a Large Urban School District

The Academic Impacts of Career and Technical Schools: A Case Study of a Large Urban School District

With growing public recognition that too many students in the United States fail to complete ...

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The Importance of Being in School: A Report on Absenteeism in the Nation’s Public Schools

The Importance of Being in School: A Report on Absenteeism in the Nation’s Public Schools

America’s education system is based on the assumption that barring illness or an extraordinary event, ...

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Advancing the “Colorado Graduates” Agenda

Advancing the “Colorado Graduates” Agenda

“About 30 percent of Colorado high school students don’t graduate. Less than half of the ...

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