Sharnic Djaker

Sharnic Djaker
PhD student, New York University

Sharnic Djaker is a doctoral candidate at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. His research is at the intersection of psychology and economics, where he studies teacher perceptions of student ability and their effects on student achievement. Conducting randomized field trials, he is working to boost learning in low- and middle-income countries by developing and evaluating interventions designed to improve teacher and student behavior.


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