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Steve Cantrell

Vice President for Measurement and Evaluation
Bridge International Academies

Dr. Steve Cantrell is Vice President for Measurement and Evaluation at Bridge International Academies. He is a former head of evaluation and research at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation where he co-directed the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) project and led the foundation’s internal measurement, learning, and analytics. Cantrell is a former Executive Director of the US Department of Education's Regional Educational Laboratory – Midwest. He is a former Chief Research Scientist for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He is the co-author of Better Feedback for Better Teaching (Jossey-Bass, 2016). Cantrell’s career began as a middle school teacher. He holds degrees from Brown University (AB, Economics) and University of Southern California (Ph.D., Public Administration).

Vice-président en charge de la mesure et de l'évaluation
Bridge International Academies

Dr. Steve Cantrell est le Vice-président en charge de la mesure et de l'évaluation à Bridge International Academies. Il a été directeur de l'évaluation et de la recherche à la Fondation Bill & Melinda Gates où il a codirigé le projet Mesures of Effective Teaching (MET) et dirigé la mesure interne, l'apprentissage et l'analyse de la fondation. Cantrell est un ancien directeur exécutif du Laboratoire régional d'éducation du département de l'Éducation des États-Unis - Midwest. Il est un ancien chercheur en chef pour le district scolaire unifié de Los Angeles. Il est le co-auteur de Better Feedback for Better Teaching (Jossey-Bass, 2016). La carrière de Cantrell a commencé comme un enseignant de collège. Il est diplômé de Brown University (AB, Economics) et de l’University of Southern California (Ph.D., Public Administration).


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