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Andy Zucker


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Andy is a Senior Research Scientist at The Concord Consortium. Andy is a researcher and evaluator. He is author of Transforming Schools with Technology, published by Harvard Education Press in 2008. As co-director of the national evaluation of NSF's Statewide Systemic Initiatives program, which operated in 25 states and Puerto Rico, Andy gained an appreciation for the rewards and challenges of conducting large-scale reform efforts. 


mathematics and science education
applications of technology to K-12 education
strategic planning for system-wide reform
evaluation and research 


Zucker, A. A. (December 2009) Teaching physics with laptops. The Science Teacher.

Zucker, A. A. (2008). Transforming schools with technology: How smart use of digital tools helps achieve six key education goals. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Zucker, A. A. (2008). The future of online high schools. Teachers College Record,, ID number 15405.

Zucker, A. A. (2008). The role of nonprofits in educational technology innovation. Journal of Science Education and Technology.

Zucker, A. A., & Hug, S. T. (2008). Teaching and learning physics in a 1:1 laptop school. Journal of Science Education and Technology.

Zucker, A., Tinker, R., Staudt, C., Mansfield, A., & Metcalf, S. (2008). Learning science in grades 3-8 using probeware and computers: Findings from the TEEMSS II project. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 17:1, 42-48.

Zucker, A. A. (2008). Smart thinking about educational technology. Education Week, 27:31 (April 2), 28-29.

Andy Zucker, Robert Kozma, and associates. (2003). The Virtual High School: Teaching Generation V. New York: Teachers College Press.