Cayla McLean joined CASE as a research assistant in August of 2012. She is currently working on the MSPinNYC2 Peer Enabled Restructured Classroom program. The PERC program’s focus is to empower students and to improve achievement in urban public schools in New York City.
After graduating from Connecticut College in 2010, Cayla moved to New York for a job in the publishing industry, but quickly realized that education was her real calling. Cayla is currently working on her Master’s in Adolescent Education in English at Hunter College.
Current Research Projects
MSPinNYC2’s Peer Enabled Restructured Classroom (PERC) model (http://www.mspinnyc.org/content/perc-brief)