The mission of the NAEP doctoral student internship program is to advance and encourage secondary analysis and methodological developments using data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). During the 10-week internship program, interns will work directly with researchers from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and American Institutes for Research (AIR) on research in one of four topic areas: Psychometrics & Statistical Methods, Process Data, Policy-Relevant Research, and Re-envisioning Quantitative Information (Data Visualization).
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The Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania invites nominations and applications for a tenure-line faculty position (open rank) in higher education.
The successful candidate will have an earned doctorate and an outstanding record of research productivity and teaching expertise in one or more of the following areas: national, state, or local policy (either domestic or international), higher education governance, organizations and leadership. Other areas of research will also be considered based on their unique theoretical and/or methodological contributions. Of particular interest is a scholar whose research speaks to the public purposes of higher education and the role of colleges and universities in fostering a strong and diverse democracy. We expect the successful candidate to provide intellectual leadership, through teaching in our traditional and executive format programs, advising, and research, and contributing to division and cross-divisional programs.
Postdoctoral Training Program in Quantitative Methods for Education Policy Research - Education Policy Postdoctoral Research Fellow 2021 – 2023
The Education Policy Initiative seeks candidates interested in deepening their knowledge of rigorous, appliedquantitative education policy research for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship.
The Strategic Data Project (SDP) is an initiative of the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University. The SDP Fellowship program helps school system leaders use data and evidence in strategic decision-making to improve public education. By placing Fellows in school systems and education organizations across the United States, SDP provides a unique entry point for passionate quantitative researchers and data strategists who want to make a difference.
SDP Fellows are placed in full-time roles at host agencies including school districts, charter management organizations, state education departments, foundations, and education nonprofits. As a Fellow, you and your host agency will develop clear priorities and plans for using data and build organizational willingness to use data for decision-making. Fellows are paid a salary of $75k-90k plus appropriate benefits by their placement agency. The Fellowship lasts two years (fall 2021-summer 2023) with the possibility for longer-term employment.
The University of Texas at Austin, College of Education is seeking a faculty member in the area of Postsecondary Access & Success at the Associate or Full Professor level. This unique collegewide faculty search is designed to attract a scholar who will add to the college’s strong academic and research programs in postsecondary access & student success with a strong equity lens across diverse populations.
The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice at Temple University is seeking a Research Project Manager to join our growing team. The Hope Center is celebrating its second anniversary of supporting #RealCollege students with an expansion of its staff based in its new home at The Lewis Katz School of Medicine.
The Hope Center seeks a Director of Operations who is passionate about addressing structural inequality and racial disparities, and committed to sustaining a team that gets into what John Lewis called “good trouble” on a regular basis.
We are looking for an individual with experience and a strong skill set in team management, human capital development and scaling organizations. The Director of Operations should be prepared to work closely with the Executive Director and the Executive Team to problem-solve, take ownership over operational and strategic initiatives, and “fight fires” where relevant. The Director of Operations will work very closely with the Human Resources teams in the Lewis Katz School of Medicine and Temple University to support Hope Center staff. The right candidate will build and oversee the Hope Center’s internal operational procedures to ensure Center goals are achieved, and support and execute the right hiring practices to build a talented and diverse team and the internal practices to support the existing team. This includes sourcing potential candidates, facilitating screening and interviewing, and managing onboarding and professional development. Beyond helping the Hope Center attract the right talent to scale rapidly, this role will help the Center grow and sustain a culture consistent with its values.
The Hope Center seeks a Director of Finance and Administration who is passionate about addressing structural inequality and racial disparities, and committed to sustaining a team that gets into what Congressman John Lewis called “good trouble” on a regular basis.
We are looking for an individual with experience and a strong skill set in the financial management of both grants and contracts, as well as strategic financial planning, within a Research I university. The Director of Finance and Administration should be prepared to work closely with the Executive Director and the Executive Team to problem-solve, take ownership over business and strategic initiatives, and “fight fires” where relevant. The Director of Finance and Administration will work very closely with the administrative teams in the Lewis Katz School of Medicine and Temple University that manage finances and research administration. The right candidate will build and oversee the Hope Center’s internal financial and administrative procedures to ensure Center goals are achieved, and expand our portfolio to establish the Center as a Service Core at Temple University.
The Annenberg Institute is seeking a postdoctoral research associate for a two‐year fellowship (one-year renewable). The post-doctoral associate will participate in collaborative research activities with our affiliated faculty, including Susanna Loeb and others, on issues related to US PK-12 education policy. We seek fellows with interests in developing and applying their skills in rigorous education policy analysis. Applicants should have a substantive interest and experience doing quantitative (or mixed-methods) research in PK-12 issues.