Kristian Thymianos

Kristian Thymianos graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a bachelor’s degree in political science and minors in public policy and German. Currently, Kristian is pursuing a Master of Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy with a focus on education and labor policy. Before joining FutureEd, Kristian worked as a researcher at Brookings Mountain West in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Work by Kristian Thymianos

Research Notes: Summer Learning’s Impact on Academic Recovery

Kristian Thymianos A key strategy that school districts embraced for turning around learning loss post-pandemic has been summer learning, with more than 40…

Research Notes: How Giving Principals More Autonomy Impacts Learning

Kristian Thymianos Seven years ago, Chicago granted some of its school principals more control over budgeting and operations in their schools. A new study by C.

Research Notes: Are Private Schools Pushing Out Weak Voucher Students?

Kristian Thymianos As states across the country agree to spend more public money sending students to private schools, many educators worry that these programs…

Research Notes: The Impact of Mentoring on Student Success

Kristian Thymianos Mentorships from teachers, counselors, and coaches can help high school students achieve higher grade-point averages, decrease their risk of…