As a Senior Research Associate, Becca Debus has worked with K-12 and Higher Education research teams at EAB. Her higher education work has included preforming audits of institutional websites, visiting community college campuses to audit their enrollment processes, and answering research questions from a wide variety of partner institutions and stakeholders. Her K-12 research has included work on Talent Development programs, one-to-one computing, and personalized instruction.
Prior to joining EAB, Becca worked with the Oberlin College Archives to contextualize and digitize writings about the feminist movement in the United States. Outside of work, Becca can generally be found curled up with a cup of tea, a cat, and fantasy novel.
Becca graduated from Oberlin College with a bachelor’s degree, having double majored in History and Environmental Studies.
Research and Insights
1:1 programs prepare students for online tests, increase technological literacy, and support pedagogical initiatives. This report explores 1:1 computing programs at eight school districts.
District choose to change school start times for a variety of reasons—the most common reasons we found were to support students and improve district transportation. This report examines how to implement a change in school start time, and what effects a stakeholders experience from a change in start time.