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The George Mason University Higher Education Program (HEP) invites applications for a tenure track assistant or associate professor. This is a full-time, nine-month, faculty appointment starting in August 2021. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment.


Tuesday, June 30, 2 pm EDT

Please join the Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) program at the National Center for Educational Statistics, and the American Educational Research Association (AERA) for an important one-hour webinar.


CALL FOR PAPERS
Money and People:The Intersection between Education School Funding and Human Resources


Thursday, June 11, 2020
4:00–5:30 PM (EDT)

INTRODUCTION
FELICE J. LEVINE
AERA Executive Director

PRESENTERS
JAMES BENSON
Education Research Analyst, IES
National Center for Education Research

ALLEN RUBY
Education Research Analyst, IES
National Center for Education Research

NANCY SHARKEY
Program Officer, IES
National Center for Education Statistics –
State Longitudinal Data Systems Branch

CHAT MODERATOR
GEORGE L. WIMBERLY
AERA Director of Professional Development


PROPOSED NEW BOOK VOLUME: RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN EDUCATION FINANCE AND POLICY

Edited by

Thomas Downes
Thomas.Downes@tufts.edu
Department of Economics
Tufts University

Kieran Killeen
Kieran.Killeen@uvm.edu
Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences
University of Vermont


PROPOSED NEW BOOK VOLUME:

RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN EDUCATION FINANCE AND POLICY

Edited by

Thomas Downes
Thomas.Downes@tufts.edu
Department of Economics
Tufts University

Kieran Killeen
Kieran.Killeen@uvm.edu
Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences
University of Vermont


Using Longitudinal Data to Support State Education Policymaking (84.305S): This program intends to expand the research use of State Longitudinal Data Systems to examine long-term learner outcomes and pathways in order to provide evidence for state education policymaking. State education agencies can apply for these grants, on their own or in collaboration with other organizations, to analyze the data in their own SLDS in order to examine long-term trends in key issues, programs, and policies affecting learner outcomes.


The State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) is excited to issue this call for papers for research and evaluations related to the public funding of higher education. We are particularly interested in proposals for research on the impacts of public funding on student and institutional outcomes. Analyses of the specific effects of general operating appropriations or state financial aid are encouraged. For successful proposals, with generous support from the Joyce Foundation, SHEEO will cover travel costs for researchers and analysts studying or evaluating the public funding of higher education to present their work at our convening in Boulder, Colorado, November 4-6, 2020. The convening will bring together a diverse array of participants, including state agency staff, policymakers, intermediary staff, and higher education researchers, to facilitate conversation amongst stakeholders who can advance the findings from the papers presented into action. Please see our website for the call for papers and submit your proposals by May 4, 2020. Learn more here: https://sheeo.org/public-funding-for-higher-education-call-for-papers/


City Connects is an innovative and evidence-based approach to addressing the out-of-school factors that can impact students’ achievement and thriving in schools. Currently implemented in over 90 schools across six states, this comprehensive intervention collaborates closely with districts, schools, and partnering community agencies to connect every student to a tailored set of supports and enrichments in the school and community. City Connects, housed at the Center for Optimized Student Support at Boston College, seeks a full-time Research Associate to join its evaluation team.


City Connects is an innovative and evidence-based approach to addressing the out-of-school factors that can impact students’ achievement and thriving in schools. Currently implemented in over 90 schools across six states, this comprehensive intervention collaborates closely with districts, schools, and partnering community agencies to connect every student to a tailored set of supports and enrichments in the school and community. City Connects, housed at the Center for Optimized Student Support at Boston College, seeks a full-time Senior Researcher to join its evaluation team.