Helen Ladd is a Professor of Public Policy Studies and a Professor of Economics at Duke University and an expert on education policy. She recently concluded her term as president of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM). In my interview, she discusses the arguments presented in her closing address as APPAM President, entitled “Education and Poverty: Confronting the Evidence.” She also has a recent New York Times op-ed on the same subject. Thank you to Professor Ladd for being our inaugural video interview.
Education, poverty, and student outcomes: An interview with Helen Ladd, Duke University
January 3, 2012 By Andy Feldman