We are an undergraduate research lab in the Education Department at Dartmouth College.  Our research focuses on identifying cognitive processes that underlie the K-12 income achievement gap and creating efficacious research-based interventions for low-income students.


We adopt a multidisciplinary perspective and capitalize on empirical evidence from cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and education when thinking about children as learners.  Most of our data collection occurs in schools.

  



Website most recently updated 11-2015

The

POVERTY and LEARNING

LAB







at

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

PI: MICHELE TINE, Ph.D.