Dr. Grant Atkins

Dr. Grant Atkins

Education Research Director, Professional Services

Dr. Grant Atkins is an Education Research Director managing the Professional Services research work at HMH. He conducts efficacy studies to examine the effectiveness of ICLE, Math Solutions, and Literacy Solutions implementations. He manages studies that investigate various delivery models of professional development, including workshops, trainings, professional learning communities, and in-person, online, and blended coaching.

Previously, he developed and conducted research on literacy intervention programs. Grant holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology focusing on literacy research from Columbia University Teachers College. He also holds an M.Ed. in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University.

Dr. Grant Atkins is an Education Research Director managing the Professional Services research work at HMH. He conducts efficacy studies to examine the effectiveness of ICLE, Math Solutions, and Literacy Solutions implementations. He manages studies that investigate various delivery models of professional development, including workshops, trainings, professional learning communities, and in-person, online, and blended coaching.

Previously, he developed and conducted research on literacy intervention programs. Grant holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology focusing on literacy research from Columbia University Teachers College. He also holds an M.Ed. in Human Development and Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University.

  • Research Insights: Online and Blended Coaching

    Research Insights: Online and Blended Coaching

    Research suggests that online coaching has several strengths, including lowering costs while increasing scalability, which makes it overall effective.

    Dr. Grant Atkins
    Education Research Director, Professional Services