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Robert K. Yin



  • Evaluator 


Principal Investigator for the MSP Program Evaluation (MSP-PE) project. Ph.D. in brain and cognitive sciences (MIT), B.A. in history (Harvard College), magna cum laude. 




Yin, R. K., "Student Achievement Data and Findings, As Reported In Math and Science Partnerships' Annual and Evaluation Reports," Journal of Educational Research & Policy Studies, 2009, 9(2): 139-161.

Yin, R. K., "The Math and Science Partnership Program Evaluation (MSP-PE): Overview of the First Two Years," Peabody Journal of Education, 2008, 83(4): 486-508.

Yin, R. K., Hackett, E., and Chubin, D., "Discovering "What's Innovative:" The Challenge of Evaluating Education R&D Efforts," Peabody Journal of Education, 2008, 83(4): 674-690.

Kelly, E., and Yin, R. K., "Strengthening Structured Abstracts in Educational Research:
The Need for Claim-based Structured Abstracts," Educational Researcher, April 2007, 36(3):133-38.

Yin, R. K., Schmidt, R. J., and Besag, F., "Aggregating Student Achievement Trends Across States with Different Tests: Using Standardized Slopes as Effect Sizes," Peabody Journal of Education, 2006, 81(2): 47-61.

Yin, R. K., and Davis, D., "State-Level Education Reform: Putting All the Pieces Together," in K. Wong and S. Rutledge (eds.), Systemwide Efforts to Improve Student Achievement, Information Age Publishing, Greenwich CT, 2006, pp. 1-33.