Margaret Soli works in the Early Childhood Development research area in the Minnesota office. She is involved in several projects examining the quality of early care and education settings and how it affects children’s developmental outcomes. Margaret is experienced in literature reviews, quantitative and qualitative analysis, data collection procedures, designing data collection instruments, and preparing reports and presentations. Her interests include early childhood assessments, disparities in children’s early learning and development, measurements of early care and education quality, and translating research to inform policy and practice. Margaret is currently a Masters of Public Policy candidate at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs specializing in Advanced Policy Analysis and Early Childhood Policy.