Andrew Dustan awarded NSF grant for project on educational public-private partnerships in Colombia
Andrew Dustan of Economics, along with Felipe Barrera-Osorio, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Education, and Economics (Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations) and Associate Professor of Economics (by courtesy), have been awarded an NSF grant to study the impacts of educational public-private partnerships in Colombia, as well as school choice behavior in this education system. Barrera-Osorio is the PI and Dustan is the co-PI. Economics PhD candidate Luis Carvajal-Osorio will be supporting this work as an RA. Link to Vanderbilt article on the grant award.