Charlotte Armstrong


Offices: United Kingdom

Charlotte Armstrong is a Consultant in the UK Education & Skills team at Technopolis Group. She has developed expertise in education and children’s policy evaluation and research, and is particularly interested in higher education policy & finance, and social mobility. She has contributed to evaluations and research for national government departments, non-profits, and universities. She has experience in a variety of research methodologies, including large-scale surveys, data analysis, qualitative interviews, focus groups, innovative methods, cognitive testing, theory of change development and logic modelling, and literature reviews.

Charlotte has contributed to the recruitment, delivery, data analysis, and reporting for several nationwide school surveys, including Ipsos’ Young People’s Omnibus survey, the results of which are used by a variety of government departments, leading academic teams, and charity organisations. She also project-managed the cognitive testing stage for the development of a key portion of the survey. She helped lead a qualitative study for the Department for Education about foster carer conversion rates by conducting interviews and contributing to the published report and presentation to the DfE. She has also contributed to several impact evaluations in the field of child care and wellbeing.

Before joining Technopolis Group, Charlotte worked in the Education, Children & Families team at Ipsos UK in their Public Affairs sector. Prior to this, she has worked as an English language instructor in eastern France and in the development non-profit sector in California. Charlotte completed her MSc in International Social and Public Policy at The London School of Economics and Political Science, and completed her BA (Hons) in International Political Science at the University of California, San Diego.

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