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Faculty Experts

PEEPs faculty are Center for Policy Research faculty from across the Maxwell School who study educational inequalities in the United States--pre-kindergarten through higher education--and evaluate the policies that address those inequalities.


Topics and issues that have been addressed by PEEPs researchers include in PK-12 Education: 

  • design of state aid formulas
  • education and health
  • effects of school poverty

In addition to topics in PK-12 education, PEEPs researchers have investigated issues related to access in higher education including:

  • affirmative action
  • entry and degree attainment in STEM
  • immigrants and higher education
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Upcoming Events

CANCELLED: Jerry Miner Lecture: Susanna Loeb

426 Eggers Hall

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Susanna Loeb will be this year's speaker. Professor Loeb is Director of the Annenberg Institute and Professor of Education & International and Public Affairs at Brown University. Her research focuses broadly on education policy and its role in improving educational opportunities for students.

The annual Jerry Miner Lecture is sponsored by EFAP and named in honor of Emeritus Professor, Jerry Miner. Professor Miner is an Education Finance and Accountability Program (EFAP) faculty associate who is widely known for his research in public finance and education finance. He is one of very few scholars who understands the New York State Education aid formulas. 

For more information about this lecture, please contact Emily Minnoe at


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426 Eggers Hall