The University of Iowa

Adam Reeger, M.S.

Adam Reeger
Graduate Student, University of Iowa College of Education

Adam Reeger is an experienced educational data analyst and was a graduate student assistant with the Iowa Reading Research Center for two years prior to joining the full-time staff. He earned his master’s degree in applied statistics from Purdue University. He also worked as a project manager and analyst for Walgreens’ corporate headquarters. Adam enjoys attending concerts, playing board games, and going for walks with his wife, a teacher with the Iowa City Community School District.

Recent Blog Posts

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Technically Speaking: Determining Test Effectiveness With Item Response Theory

Learn more about how statistical modeling can tell us what makes a good literacy assessment item.
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Technically Speaking: Understanding and Quantifying the Correlation of Two Reading Measures

Correlation and its limitations are explained in easy-to-understand language.
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Technically Speaking: Why We Use Random Assignment in Reading Research

Essential principles of study design lead to causal results showing effects on student outcomes.