In this project, Carnegie addresses the measurement challenges of educators by supporting the development and testing of practical measures for instructional improvement and providing guidance for how improvement networks and partnerships can do the same.
Lauren Miller is a project manager in the project management and program support department at the Carnegie Foundation. In this role, she manages various aspects of the programs including project planning, budgets, and events. Lauren’s previous professional experience includes supporting international students and scholars, advising for undergraduate education abroad programs, and managing Executive Education programs.
Lauren was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and received a bachelors in psychology from the University of Toledo and a masters in international training and education from American University. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, cooking, and traveling.
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A partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools to create a networked improvement community of 14 schools across the district focused on improving secondary literacy outcomes for their predominantly African American, Latinx, and low-income students.