Luke C. Miller
Luke C. Miller is a research assistant professor with the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia and an affiliated researcher with CALDER. He was formerly a research associate with the Education Policy Center at the Urban Institute. Miller has extensive experience in the analysis of longitudinal data from North Carolina and New York. He is the principal investigator on an evaluation of the effects of three high school reform models on student on-track progression through the mathematics and science course pipelines in North Carolina. Previously, he analyzed data from New York and 30 other sources to assess the role of community amenities in the recruitment and retention of teachers at rural schools. Miller received his MPP from Georgetown University and his PhD in the economics of education from Stanford University.