Rebecca Madill works in the Early Childhood Development program area. Her research focuses on the evaluation of early childhood programs and the identification of factors associated with children’s social-emotional and academic development. She has experience working on a large project funded by the Institute of Education Sciences linking teaching strategies to children’s peer relationships, aggressive behavior, and teacher-child relationship quality. She has expertise in the use of classroom observation protocols and measures of peer relations. Rebecca’s work applies advanced quantitative methods, including hierarchical linear modeling, social network analysis, and propensity score modeling.