About the Author:
Lindsay Clare Matsumura is a Professor within the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Education and Senior Scientist on the Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC). She designs and research technology-based interventions to extend the standard of literacy instruction and studying.
Elaine Lin Wang is a Policy Researcher on the RAND Corporation. Her work focuses on the components that facilitate or pose challenges for implementation of training insurance policies, packages, and applied sciences in school rooms.
Richard Correnti is an Associate Professor within the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Education and Research Scientist on the LRDC. He research how coverage and academic reform
initiatives can enhance instruction and pupil studying ‘at scale.’
Diane Litman is a Professor of Computer Science on the University of Pittsburgh and a Senior Scientist on the LRDC. Her analysis is in areas together with synthetic intelligence, computational linguistics, information illustration and reasoning. Her most up-to-date analysis has been in speech and pure language expertise for academic functions.
This work was supported by the Institute of Education Sciences, Award #R305A160245.