Abby Quirk is a research associate for K-12 Education at American Progress. Prior to this role, she worked as a research coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania studying the psychology of self-control and motivation in high school students. In addition, Quirk helped to connect innovative schools with leading scientists through the Character Lab Research Network. She previously completed a junior fellowship with the National Center for Education Statistics and American Institutes for Research.
Quirk received her bachelor’s degree in psychology with minors in education and religious studies from Hamilton College, and also holds a master’s degree in education policy from the University of Pennsylvania.
By Abby Quirk
|One Size Does Not Fit All||Center for American Progress||February 20, 2020|
|Trump’s K-12 Education Budget||Center for American Progress||February 11, 2020|
|Lessons Learned From the Investing in Innovation Program||Center for American Progress||November 5, 2019|
|Student Mobility, Backfill, and Charter Schools||Center for American Progress||August 6, 2019|
|How Denver Public Schools Are Rethinking High School||RealClearEducation||June 26, 2019|
|Momentum Is Building to Modernize Sex Education||Center for American Progress||May 29, 2019|
|Strikes Driving Change in States With Lowest-Paid Teachers||Center for American Progress||April 16, 2019|