Assistant Professor of Education Policy and Economics
Teachers College, Columbia University
Sarah Cohodes is an assistant professor of education policy and economics at Teachers College at Columbia University. She is a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Sarah’s research uses quantitative causal inference methods to evaluate programs and policies that have the potential to ameliorate achievement gaps. She is particularly interested in how young people and their families make choices about education and how school and college quality interact with those decisions.
Sarah holds a PhD in public policy from Harvard University.