Victoria Rosenboom is a research analyst in the Center on Education Data and Policy at the Urban Institute. She supports research on K–12 and postsecondary education. Rosenboom has worked on projects about school choice, online education, and postsecondary living costs.
Before joining Urban, Rosenboom was a research assistant at the Center for Research on Children in the United States at Georgetown University and a summer associate at the Congressional Budget Office. She holds a BS in political science and mathematics from Nebraska Wesleyan University and an MPP from Georgetown University, where she wrote her thesis on the relationship between problems in student-teacher interaction and chronic absenteeism.