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Idalia Rodriguez Morales is a technical associate with previous experience in planning, coordinating and scaling-up education projects in Mexico. She also has experience in education research and evaluation of national education policies using qualitative and quantitative approaches, including experimental and quasi-experimental methods. Currently, she is analyzing the qualitative and quantitative data for an impact evaluation of a school construction project in Malawi, a national out-of-school children and youth study in Senegal and a national Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) in Kenya. She also provides technical support to a support contract for USAID/Washington’s global reading strategy, a methodological review and synthesis of USAID-funded education evaluations and a rapid education risk analysis (RERA) in South Sudan. Idalia has a bachelor's degree in economics from Panamerican University in Mexico City and a master's degree in international education policy analysis from Stanford University. She is fluent in English and Spanish.