Robin Worth

Evaluation Scientist

Robin Worth is a qualitative researcher with the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative (WEC). In her role as a Principal Investigator, she leads a number of evaluation projects for the state, districts, and post-secondary institutions. One of Dr. Worth's areas of expertise pertains to college and career readiness programs, having led the statewide evaluation of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Academic & Career Planning project for 8 years, and now teaming with DPI to evaluate their Career Connected High Schools project. She serves on the WCER Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Change Team, and is a past chair of WCER's Academic Staff Advisory Council and past member of the School of Education's Committee for Academic Staff Issues.

Robin has a Ph.D. in second language acquisition and specializes in classroom research and qualitative methodologies. Additionally, she has expertise in public relations, strategic communications and issue management, and has 15 years of teaching experience in Italian as a foreign language, English as a Second Language (ESL), and applied linguistics.

She works remotely from California.


Contact Information
Phone: (608) 219-7634
Office: (remote) Ed Sciences

Current Projects


Completed Projects

New Skills for Youth Initiative Phase I
Evaluation and Assessment of K-5 Kenosha Unified School District's Elementary Mathematics Program
Pathways DPI