Angela Boatman is an associate professor of higher education at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College. She has extensive experience working with state-level policy directors, researchers, and data in Tennessee, and has completed evaluations of college access and completion policies in several states. Her research explores the outcomes of policies designed to increase college completion for populations traditionally underrepresented in higher education. She also seeks to identify the pathways and mechanisms that aid in students’ postsecondary success, particularly in the areas of college remediation, course delivery models, and financial aid. Boatman holds an EdD in higher education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She leads one of CAPR’s supplemental studies (on the Emporium model) and contributes to the assessment study.
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