Intersection Education

Dr. Jed Richardson speaks about how we might measure the impact of teaching and programs.

Show Notes

This episode features Jed Richardson who is an applied micro-economist focused on education policy. He is currently an Assistant Scientist with the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. He is the Principal Investigator of multiple evaluations of state policies and district academic programs. He has studied the design of school accountability systems, basic needs insecurity among college students, and impacts of student risk factors such as placement in out of home care and contact with the juvenile justice system. Prior to joining WEC, Jed served as Acting Director and Managing Director of the Wisconsin HOPE Lab and as Associate Director and Economist at the Value Added Research Center. He received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Davis.

We often speak about having impact in the programs that we deliver and Jed shares his thoughts on ways we can ensure that this happens. He has thought deeply about how to know whether what we do makes a difference.

You can connect with Jed by visiting the WEC website at

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The Intersection Education Podcast focuses on leading teaching and learning to help improve schools. Hosted by Corey Haley.