Ieva Raudonytė is a full-time education researcher with the UNICEF Office of Research (Innocenti) working on the Data Must Speak (DMS) Positive Deviance research. She has extensive experience in qualitative education research, its design and implementation. Prior to joining UNICEF, Ieva was an Associate Research Officer in the IIEP-UNESCO Research & Development team where she contributed to research activities related to the use of learning assessment data and the broader theme of teaching and learning. She was also involved in cross-country studies on the organization and management of teacher careers and financial decentralization in education. Her areas of interest include quality of education, learning assessments, use of data, and teacher management. She holds a Master’s degree in International Development and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris.