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New Report: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of City Connects
CBCSE has released a new report investigating Boston College’s City Connects program.
New Report: The Economic Value of Social and Emotional Learning
CBCSE has released a new report that evaluates the economic benefits of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) by comparing the benefits and costs of six different interventions.
New Report: Efficiency of Automated Detectors of Learner Engagement and Affect Compared with Traditional Observation Methods
CBCSE has released a new report that investigates the costs of developing automated detectors of student affect and engagement and applying them at scale to the log files of students using educational software.
Learn more about our Methods Training Program
The Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education has provided funding to the Center for Benefit-Cost Studies of Education (CBCSE) at Teachers College, Columbia University to design a new methods training program for researchers and evaluators that will enable them to apply cost-effectiveness and benefit-cost analysis (CEA/BCA) to educational policy issues