Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research
- Research Methods / Associate Professor
- Gary A. Ransdell Hall Room 3082
- Ph.D., Educational Inquiry, Measurement, and Evaluation, Brigham Young University, 2012
- M.S., Statistics, Brigham Young University, 1988
- B.S., Statistics, Brigham Young University, 1987
Kimberlee Everson is a specialist in quantitative methods, including statistics and psychometrics. She joined the WKU faculty in 2014.
- EDFN 500 (Research Methods)
- EDFN 501 (Educational Statistics)
- EDLD 722 (Survey Methods for Educational Leaders)
- EDFN 740 (Intermediate Statistics)
- EDFN 744 (Advanced Research Methods)
My research interests focus on the use of statistical models to estimate teacher and school inputs to student outcomes. In addition, I examine quasi-experimental methods, particularly propensity score-based approaches.
- Everson, K.C., Feinauer, E., & Sudweeks, R. (2013). Rethinking teacher evaluation: A conversation about statistical inferences and value-added models. Harvard Educational Review, 83, 349-370.
- Everson, K.C. (2016). Value-added modeling and educational accountability: Are we answering the real questions? Review of Educational Research, 1-36.