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Kate Anderson is an associate fellow in the Center for Universal Education at Brookings. Her work focuses on global education policy, learning assessment, early childhood development, and innovations in education data collection and use. She is currently engaged in CUE’s Skills for A Changing World and Optimizing Assessment for All projects. Ms. Anderson joined Brookings in 2011 as the technical lead for the Learning Metrics Task Force, an initiative which builds international consensus on important learning outcomes for the 21st century and how to measure them. Prior to joining Brookings, she spent 10 years conducting research and providing technical assistance for early childhood education initiatives in the U.S. and Pakistan. Ms. Anderson earned a BA in psychology from Pepperdine University and an MPP in international education policy from Georgetown University.

Kate Anderson is an associate fellow in the Center for Universal Education at Brookings. Her work focuses on global education policy, learning assessment, early childhood development, and innovations in education data collection and use. She is currently engaged in CUE’s Skills for A Changing World and Optimizing Assessment for All projects. Ms. Anderson joined Brookings in 2011 as the technical lead for the Learning Metrics Task Force, an initiative which builds international consensus on important learning outcomes for the 21st century and how to measure them. Prior to joining Brookings, she spent 10 years conducting research and providing technical assistance for early childhood education initiatives in the U.S. and Pakistan. Ms. Anderson earned a BA in psychology from Pepperdine University and an MPP in international education policy from Georgetown University.

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