Heidi Erickson

Heidi EricksonHeidi Holmes Erickson

212 Graduate Education Building
College of Education and Health Professions
Fayetteville, AR 72701
hh018@uark.edu
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Heidi Holmes Erickson is a Ph.D. candidate and a Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Education Reform. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in Political science. Prior to starting her graduate studies, she worked for an education interest group as well as a non-profit tax policy group in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her current research focuses on the value of culturally enriching field trips, school finance, and school choice.

 


University of Arkansas - Ph.D. in Education Policy (Anticipated 2019)

Brigham Young University - B.A. in Political Science


Value of the arts in education and culturally enriching fieldtrips

Non-test score student outcomes from education including character development

School finance

School choice and accountability


Erickson, Heidi H. 2019. How do Parents Choose Schools and What School Do They Choose? A Literature Review of Private School Choice Programs in the United States. In Patrick J. Wolf (Ed.) School Choice: Separating Fact from Fiction. Routledge, forthcoming https://www.routledge.com/ School-Choice-Separating-Fact-from-Fiction/Wolf/p/book/9780367030957


Greene, Jay P., Erickson, Heidi H., Watson, Angela, and Beck, Molly. 2018. The Play’s the Thing: Experimentally Examining the Social Cognitive Effects of School Field Trips to Live Theater Performances. Educational Researcher 47 (4), 246-254.

DeAngelis, Corey A., and Erickson, Heidi H. 2018. What Leads to Successful School Choice Programs? A Review of the Theories and Evidence. Cato Journal 38, no.1 (winter): 247-263. Available at https://www.cato.org/cato-journal/winter-2018/what-leads-successful-school-choice-programs-review-theories-evidence.

Erickson, Heidi H. 2017. How do Parents Choose Schools and What School Do They Choose? A Literature Review of Private School Choice Programs in the United States. Journal of School Choice 11 no 4: 491-506.


DeAngelis, Corey, Erickson, Heidi H., and Ritter, Gary R. 2016. Is Pre-Kindergarten an Educational Panacea? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Scaled-Up Pre-Kindergarten in the United States. EDRE Working Paper No. 2017-08, available at SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/ papers.cfm?abstract_id=2920635, under final review at Educational Review.


Swanson, E., Erickson, Heidi H., and Ritter, Gary R. 2017. Examining the Impact of Middle School Disciplinary Policies on 9th Grade Retention. EDRE Working Paper No 2017-11, available at SSRN https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2952972, under review at Educational Policy


Erickson, Heidi. H., Mills, Jon N., & Wolf, Patrick J. 2018. The Preliminary Effect of the Louisiana Scholarship Program on College Entrance. AEFP working paper.

Erickson, Heidi H. 2018. Retirement Benefits and Teacher Quality: What We Know and What We Still Need to know.

Erickson, Heidi. H. 2017. Who Wins in School Choice: Private or Charter Schools? Evaluating the Impact of Charter Schools on the Private School Market Share.

Erickson, Heidi H. 2016. Non-Cognitive and Later Life Outcome of Adults from Private Schooling.