Amy Arneson

Amy works on research and evaluation projects in STEM education, rural schools and youth development. She has extensive experience in assessment design and analysis, especially in K–16 mathematics and statistics education, and in building internal capacity for data collection, analysis and sense-making within educational agencies. She has a Ph.D. in education research and evaluation methods from the University of California, Berkeley.

“My experience as a public school teacher informs and fuels my passion for improving the educational experience of students. I am thrilled to be able to continue my career in the education sector by supporting other educators in putting their data to good use for the youth they serve.”

Quantitative Methods and Data Sharing & Security Lead

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Blog Posts

Beyond Compliance: Using Perkins Data to Improve CTE


February 14th, 2022

An expert shares how program-level CTE staff can use data they already collect to make programs more equitable and accessible.