Dr. Dennis A. Kramer II serves as an assistant professor of education policy at the University of Florida and is the director of the College of Education’s Education Policy Research Center. His research focuses on the economics of education, on evaluation of federal and state policy adoption, and on state-level decisions’ effects on community and four-year institutions. Dr. Kramer specializes in the use of quasi-experimental techniques as well as behavioral “nudges” and randomized control trials to evaluate the effects of education policies. Currently he is a co-investigator for a two-year study examining the role of information and admissions waivers as an effective mechanism for re-engaging community college dropouts in Florida. Dr. Kramer is a faculty fellow within the General Services Administration’s Office of Evaluation Sciences—formerly the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team.