Jordan Campbell is a quantitative analyst at Reason Foundation.
Prior to joining Reason, Campbell worked at a marketing analytics firm building econometric models. Before starting his analytics career, he was a policy and research assistant at the Charles Koch Institute.
Recently, Campbell appeared on a panel entitled “Don’t Fence Me In: Texans Crossing School Boundaries” sponsored by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Campbell received his bachelor’s degree from Portland State University and a master’s degree in quantitative economics from California Lutheran University.
He lives with his wife in Los Angeles, California.
Texas students who choose to attend a charter school receive $813 fewer dollars, on average, compared to peers in traditional public schools.
Between 2015 and 2019, the inflation-adjusted funding gap between public charter schools and traditional public schools grew by about 36 percent—from $596 per pupil to $813 per pupil.
New data visualization reveals the decline of public pension funding across the country.
A new interactive data dashboard gives users the ability to compare Arizona school districts' per-pupil revenue against student demographics and property wealth.
This interactive data portal displays how Arizona's K-12 school district student demographics compare to school district revenues.
The all-time low 10-year Treasury rate yield is the latest reminder of the “new normal” in institutional investing.