The Department of Educational Administration at the College of Education at Michigan State University (MSU) is seeking a research associate in the MSU Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC), a new policy lab dedicated to the analysis of longitudinal data for the scientific studies of K-12 students, teachers and schools. EPIC is part of a new partnership between the College of Education, the State of Michigan and the University of Michigan. The express mission of this partnership will be to provide access to data for researchers engaging in high-quality, timely, relevant scholarship in support of education policy and policy makers. This is a fixed term 12-month appointment for one year, with the option of an annual renewal after the initial appointment.
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The Tennessee Education Research Alliance (TERA) is a research-practice partnership between the Tennessee Department of Education and Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. Powered by a top quality longitudinal data set and a commitment with the state to explore key questions of state policy and practice, TERA is poised to be a national leader in practice focused research. The Tennessee Education Research Alliance represents one of only a few attempts to create a rigorous research consortium aimed squarely at influencing state education policy and practice, a role that becomes ever more important in the current context where states play an increasingly large role in education governance.
Would you like to work at the intersection of research and education policy? Make a meaningful contribution to today’s most important debates? Are you knowledgeable about education reform? Experienced with quantitative and qualitative research methods? Able to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously? Organized, detail oriented, and a stickler for meeting deadlines? If so, you might have a future as the Thomas B. Fordham Institute’s Senior Research and Policy Associate or Associate Director of Research. (Job title contingent on candidate’s experience.)
The Evaluation Analyst will support department staff in all aspects of evaluation design, data collection, analysis, and reporting to inform Foundation staff decision-making. In particular, this position will have primary responsibility for conducting evaluation activities related to the Foundation’s Entrepreneurship program area.
The Department of Public Administration and Policy (DPAP) in the School of Public Affairs at American University invites applications for a full-time, postdoctoral fellow at the rank of Professorial Lecturer beginning August 1, 2017 and ending August 31, 2018. Applicants should have a PhD or an anticipated PhD completion by August 2017 in the field of public administration, public policy, political science, economics, or a related field.
The Department of Education Leadership, Foundations, and Policy in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia seeks eminent scholars to fill one or more tenured associate professor or professor positions in education policy and/or administration. Rank is dependent upon qualifications. Scholars with a demonstrated record of publication and sponsored research in education policy are encouraged to apply. For one of these positions we have a preference for a scholar in higher education with demonstrated expertise in how higher education is administered, and its internal policies, as well as higher education policy at the state or federal level. Scholars with interests in K-12 education policy are also encouraged to apply. The successful candidate(s) build research collaborations with scholars in related schools and disciplines at the University such as the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and/or the Economics Department in the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
The University of Southern California Rossier School of Education is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to pursue research focusing on the adoption, use, and impact of textbooks and other curriculum materials in mathematics, science, and English Language Arts in the five largest U.S. states (with opportunities for other subjects depending on state). This project is led by USC researcher Morgan Polikoff, Associate Professor of K-12 education policy.