The Harvard Center for Educational Policy Research (CEPR), founded on the basis of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is committed to transforming education through the power of high-quality research and evidence. CEPR believes that evidence plays a key role in improving educational outcomes for all children. The research Center supports educational leaders and organizations in making important decisions using facts and findings rather than relying on trends and untested assumptions, and CEPR achieves its mission of transforming education through the power of high-quality research and evidence. CEPR's role is to generate relevant and easily accessible research to answer key questions in education, develop technical and organizational capabilities within educational institutions to discover and use evidence, and create a community and school movement and system committed to using evidence for progress.
The CEPR Advisory Board brings together national, state, and regional policy makers and practitioners, leaders in education reform, technology innovators, and renowned researchers. CEPR is committed to sustaining evidence-based change around key issues in education. Pay attention to teacher effectiveness, education policy, higher education and school education environment, and promote the development of education through various investigations and research.