Education Policy Center
The Education Policy Center (EPC) at Michigan State University serves the state and the nation by generating, identifying, analyzing and disseminating research findings on key education policy issues. EPC staff compile, clean, manage, analyze and provide reliable education data and expert, non-partisan testimony to a variety of audiences to inform decision-making at the local, state and national levels. The Center supports the work of doctoral candidates and serves as a venue for researchers across disciplines to publish education-related work in both scholarly and mainstream formats.
Co-Directors Robert Floden and William Schmidt, both recognized as University Distinguished Professors by the MSU Board of Trustees, work with two dozen faculty members in the College of Education and in other departments across the university to bring top thinking to bear on the challenges facing education policy makers. To learn more about the Educational Policy Center, please contact us.