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Thomas J. Horwood

Thomas Horwood has more than 15 years of experience in research and program evaluation work for federal, state, and local education agencies, and institutions of higher education. He manages a portfolio of research and evaluation projects for ICF's education business.

Mr. Horwood evaluates programs serving learners from pre-kindergarten to adulthood. With a focus on evaluating college and career readiness programs, he knows best practices in college access, student support services, and college completion.

Mr. Horwood directs evaluation teams through all research phases, including instrument design, sampling, data collection/management, analysis, interpretation findings, making recommendations for program improvement, and reporting. He studies the transitions that students make from one level of the education system to the next, then beyond into their postsecondary education, careers. and lifelong learning opportunities.

Mr. Horwood has a master's degree in Education from Kent State University and a bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Mount Union.

Articles by Thomas J. Horwood
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College Access Programs Can Save Lives, but Only If We Know How to Measure Them