Amy Johnson Ph.D.
- Ph.D. Public Policy, University of Southern Maine
- M.S.Ed., Duquesne University
- B.S. Chemistry, State University of NY at Buffalo
Amy Johnson has been involved in education research for over 10 years, and joined CEPARE in 2007. Her work includes an emphasis on policy research related to school funding, instructional technology, and teacher preparation program accountability, as well STEM education program evaluation. She completed her Ph.D. in 2015 with a dissertation investigating the use of job placement of graduates as a measure of program quality.
- A Preliminary Investigation of Maine Virtual Charter School Costs Relative to the Essential Programs and Services Funding Model
Amy F. Johnson, Fleur Hopper, James E. Sloan (2016)
- Recommendations and Resources for Evaluating Community Schools Programs
Janet C. Fairman, Amy F. Johnson (2016)
- An Examination of Using Social Impact Bonds to Fund Education in Maine
Erika K. Stump, Amy F. Johnson (2016)
- Remedial Course Enrollments and Student Outcomes in Maine's Public Higher Education Institutions
Amy F. Johnson (2016)
- Preliminary Examinations of the Relationships Between the Use Levels of Maine Learning Technology Initiative Devices and School-Level Poverty
Bernadette Doykos, David L. Silvernail, Amy F. Johnson, (2015)
- Pathways to Mathematics College Readiness in Maine
David L. Silvernail, Ida A. Batista, James E. Sloan, Erika K. Stump, Amy F. Johnson (2014)
- The Impacts of Public Charter Schools on Students and Traditional Public Schools: What Does the Empirical Evidence Tell Us?
David L. Silvernail, Amy F. Johnson, (2014)