1988 - 1993 University of Chicago Department of Education, program in Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistical Analysis, Ph.D.
My dissertation concerned the use of an iterative partitioning clustering algorithm to identify cliques of actors in a network. Applications include identifying cliques of teachers in high schools, cliques of students in a single grade of high school, and subgroups of schools which exchange many students.
Chair: Anthony Bryk
Committee: Charles Bidwell, Benjamin Wright, Kazuo Yamaguchi, Dan Lortie and Bob Dreeben
1986-1988 University of Michigan School of Education, program in Higher and Adult Continuing Education,. Masters of Arts.
1981-1985 University of Michigan. Major in Statistics and English, Bachelor of Arts.
For breakdown by research strand see: https://sites.google.com/msu.edu/kenfrank/research