Josephine Louie, a highly experienced researcher, specializes in providing new insights into education policy, STEM education, technology integration, and social science. Drawing on her extensive expertise in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, she is the principal investigator of multiple projects funded by the National Science Foundation.
Louie leads the Understanding Weather Extremes with Big Data and Strengthening Data Literacy Across the Curriculum projects. She has published findings on using screencasting to support STEM learning, researcher-practitioner partnerships, gender gaps in assessment outcomes, math practices to support struggling learners, and regression discontinuity design.
Recently, Louie contributed to EDC’s R+P Collaboratory research and strategic dissemination. Previously, she was a research associate for the Metro Boston Equity Initiative at the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, senior data analyst for the Harvard Immigration Project, and research analyst at Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies.
Louie received an AB in Social Studies from Harvard College, a Master of City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an EdM and EdD from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.