Talks & Interviews

Transforming Teacher Professional Development Systems through High Quality Feedback Lessons from Punjab

World Bank Teachers Podcast with Matthew Kraft. October 13, 2021.


Can Tutoring Help Students Recover From The Pandemic? This Indy School Hopes So.

Discussion with Matthew Kraft. August, 2021.



Being a Teacher: The Experience of the Last Year (Session 2)

Discussion with Matthew Kraft. June, 2021.



Communities and the American Rescue Plan Act

Panel Discussion with Matthew Kraft. May 12, 2021.

Center for American Progress


Matthew Kraft  featured on TeachLab episode to discuss the efficacy tutoring.

Discussion with Justin Reich. March 26, 2021.


Can we tutor our way out of COVID learning loss?

Discussion with Matthew Kraft- The Report Card with Nat Malkus. March 25, 2021.

Report Card


Brown University Professor: Tutoring Could Restore Pandemic Learning Losses

Discussion with Steve Goldstein. March 24, 2021



Boosting student achievement with high-dosage tutoring:

Interview with Carly Robinson and Matthew Kraft, Brown University. March 17, 2021

 "The robust evidence behind high-dosage tutoring  to accelerate student learning, including for those who have fallen behind,  based on a new brief by @Carly__Robinson, @MatthewAKraft & @loeb_susanna  from @


Conversation – Susan Moore Johnson, Matthew Kraft, and Heather Peske. March, 17 2021.


Matthew Kraft testimony to the DC State Board of Education.

Discussion of the research findings and projections of tutroing in DC and the rest of the US. January 13, 2021. (Begins at 3:30)

How Much Should I Charge For Tutoring? -

Panel: Tutoring as an Equity Policy Intervention

Matthew Kraft, Susanna Loeb, Soljane Martinez and Carrie Nordlund discuss one possible policy intervention that could help to address widening gaps in tutoring. December 7, 2020


Teacher Experiences and Working Conditions in the Wake of COVID-19

Conversation with CPRE Knowledge Hub managing editor Keith Heumiller. July 23, 2020

Research Minutes


Pod save America? 

Podcast discussing alternate learning opportunites during COVID-19

Market Place


Using Tutors to Close the Opportunity Gap 

Conversation with John Phillips on The Late Bell podcast series. April 28, 2020. 

late bell


Dana Goldstein - NYT Reporter on How Education Policies Impact Families, Students, and Teachers


Innovations to Transform Teaching Practices

Panel hosted by World Bank Group on applying Teach in classrooms.

Exploring the Impact of Teacher Coaching

Webinar hosted by Teacher Development Trust. October 2018.



Teacher Evaluation Reforms and the Supply and Quality of New Teachers

PIER Public Seminar Series at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. September 2018



EdNext Podcast: Does Teacher Coaching Work?

Conversation with Marty West. September 2018



Bush-Obama school reform: Lessons learned (starts at 1:15:30)

Presentation at the American Enterprise Institute. January 2018. 



Emerging Evidence on the Effectiveness of Coaching as a Professional Development Strategy

Conversation with Jonathan Supovitz. January 2018. 



Teacher Effectiveness and Workplace Environment (See full talk here) 

Talk at Character Lab's Educator Summit.  July 2017. 


What's The Disconnect Between Teacher Evaluations, School Performance?

Conversation with Lauren Giliger on KJZZ's The Show.  July 19, 2017


Is Extending the School Day or Year Really a Good Idea?

Conversation with Larry Ferlazzo, Christine Brandt, and Barry Saide on BAM's Classroom Q&A. 
February 24, 2017. 


What Does Supportive Teacher Centered Professional Development Look Like? 

Conversation with Vicki Davis on Cool Cat Teacher.  November 28, 2016


How Context Matters in High-Need Schools: The Effects of Teachers' Working Conditions on Their Professional Satisfaction and Their Students' Achievement

Susan Moore Johnson and I discuss our article with Teachers College Record. April 29, 2013