Madhabi Chatterji

Teachers College, Columbia University

Madhabi Chatterji, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Measurement, Evaluation, and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she founded and directs the Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative (www.tc.edu/aeri). Chatterji’s interests lie broadly in assessment-evaluation methodology, instrument design and validation, and evidence-based policies in education and the health fields. A Fulbright Research Scholar, she is also interested in educational quality, access and gender equity issues in South Asia. Chatterji has taught graduate-level methodological courses at TC for over a decade, and authored over 40 refereed articles/chapters, a textbook in assessment design, and numerous technical reports, policy briefs and manuals over her career. Most recently, she edited the volume, Validity and Test Use: An International Dialogue on Educational Assessment, Accountability and Equity (in press, Emerald Publishing, U.K.), and a companion Special Issue of the Teachers College Record (2013). Chatterji’s earlier work received recognitions from the American Educational Research Association (2004; 2006) and the Florida Educational Research Association (1995). She is a fellow at NEPC, and looks forward to productive partnerships between AERI and NEPC in future. 

Email Madhabi Chatterji at Chatterji@exchange.tc.columbia.edu