Brandon Olszewski is a senior educational consultant at ISTE and has over a decade’s worth of experience in program evaluation and social science. He has managed and supported evaluations for projects funded by the National Science Foundation (including ITEST, Cyberlearning, IEECI, and Noyce programs), the U.S. Department of Education (FIPSE), state departments (including Oregon’s Earning for a Lifetime program) and private foundations (HP Catalyst initiative and the Verizon Innovative Learning Schools program). He specializes in evaluations of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs, educational technology and digital age skills, and mixed-methods evaluations, including both statistics and qualitative methods. He has published in the areas of program evaluation, sociology, special education, and social science methodology and psychometrics. His dissertation, published in 2009, focused on the relationship between the politics of small schools reform and changes to teachers’ work, and he continues to teach online courses through the University of Oregon’s Department of Sociology as an adjunct instructor.