Teresa is a senior research associate in the K-12 division of EAB. She has completed research on behalf of school district, independent school, and university leaders. Her research has explored topics such as support for English learners, college and career readiness, summer programming, and program evaluation.
Prior to joining EAB, Teresa was a Fulbright scholar in Madrid, Spain, where she taught English and coached a Model United Nations team at a bilingual high school. She also has experience teaching reading and language comprehension to students who have learning challenges, such as ADHD, dyslexia, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. While at Bowdoin College, she tutored postsecondary students in writing and led a mentoring program at a local high school.
Teresa earned a B.A. in Biology and Education Studies from Bowdoin College.
Research and Insights
In response to a partner’s institution request for information on determining instructional time for distance learning in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, EAB researchers identified distance learning instructional minute allocations at districts, charter school networks, and international independent schools. This report provides a number of state requirements to consider as well as examples and recommendations from K-12 institutions across the country.