Steven Barnett, Center on Community Philanthropy Researcher in Residence

Steven Barnett, Center on Community Philanthropy Researcher in Residence

Steven Barnett

5.6.2016

Steven Barnett

Steven Barnett is Board of Governors professor of education and the director of the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University, and has served as a consultant for early childhood policy for many states and national leaders around the world. His research includes wide ranging studies on early childhood policy and economics, including research on long-term effects of early education programs, benefit-cost analyses of the Perry Preschool and Abecedarian programs, randomized trials of alternative approaches to educating bilingual/migrant populations and the Tools of the Mind curriculum, and the series of State Preschool Yearbooks providing annual state-by-state analyses of progress in public pre-K. Barnett's recent publications include "Effectiveness of early educational intervention" in the journal Science.

 

Steven Barnett is Board of Governors professor of education and the director of the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers University, and has served as a consultant for early childhood policy for many states and national leaders around the world. His research includes wide ranging studies on early childhood policy and economics, including research on long-term effects of early education programs, benefit-cost analyses of the Perry Preschool and Abecedarian programs, randomized trials of alternative approaches to educating bilingual/migrant populations and the Tools of the Mind curriculum, and the series of State Preschool Yearbooks providing annual state-by-state analyses of progress in public pre-K. Barnett's recent publications include "Effectiveness of early educational intervention" in the journal Science.