Takako Nomi is an affiliated researcher of the Univesity of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research. She is currently on a research team studying the effects of summer algebra credit recovery through online versus face-to-face approaches and with affiliate Steve Raudenbush, she is conducting a study that decomposes the effects of tracking and detracking into curriculum effects versus sorting effects. Nomi is also conducting a follow-up study of long-term effects of implementing a double-dose algebra strategy. Her research interests include educational stratification, education policy, and quantitative research methodology.
Nomi holds a PhD in educational theory and policy from Pennsylvania State University.