Mary Laski is a Linda G. Hammett Ory fellow at EdRedesign and a Ph.D. candidate in Education at Harvard University and a PIER Fellow at the Center for Education Policy Research. She studies education policy and the economics of education, with a particular focus on quantitative program evaluation, teacher labor markets, and interventions to reduce inequality in schools. Her current research involves evaluating summer learning opportunities in Rhode Island and changes to teacher licensure requirements in Mississippi. Before coming to Harvard, Mary managed a research project involving teacher peer mentoring in Tennessee. She holds both an A.M. in Urban Education Policy and an A.B. in Economics and American Studies from Brown University.