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The College Board, the national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Senior Research Analyst working in our Washington, DC office.
The Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC) at Michigan State University (MSU) is seeking a post-doctoral research associate who is skilled in quantitative research methods and has an expertise in education policy, and in particular in evaluating the implementation and efficacy of education policies, programs, reforms and interventions.
The Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) is hiring a part-time executive director. The AEFP mission is to promote understanding of means by which resources are generated, distributed and used to enhance human learning. AEFP is a non-profit professional and academic association representing a variety of disciplines, perspectives and points of view.
The Department of Education at Brown University invites applications for the position of Director of Teacher Education. Brown’s teacher education program certifies secondary school teachers for urban teaching in a one-year MAT program and offers opportunities for undergraduate students in teacher education. The director will serve on the faculty inside or outside the tenure system at the rank of Associate Professor, Professor, Senior Lecturer, or Distinguished Senior Lecturer.
The Strategic Data Project Fellowship application is now open for Fall 2019 – Summer 2021! The Strategic Project (SDP), a program of the Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR) at Harvard University, finds and develops data leaders to uncover trends, measure solutions, and effectively communicate evidence to stakeholders in education. The prestigious SDP Fellowship program provides a unique opportunity for passionate quantitative researchers and data strategists who want to put their skills to work to improve public education. SDP Fellows are placed in school systems and education organizations across the country as full-time employees for two years, where they will effect positive change while accumulating skills and experiences that can advance their careers. Throughout the fellowship, fellows receive in-person and online training, have access to SDP's network of more than 250 data leaders, and complete an actionable capstone project in response to an analytic challenge the agency is facing. The Strategic Data Project is currently searching for the next generation of fellows for Cohort 11 (Fall 2019 – Summer 2021). Candidates should possess a strong quantitative skillset as well as communication skills, have 3 or more years of work experience, be on track to have completed a master’s degree or higher by summer 2019, and have a passion for improving educational outcomes for students.
The Northwestern University Two-Generation Research Initiative at the Institute for Policy Research is seeking a postdoctoral research scholar with a PhD in psychology, public policy, economics, or other relevant social science discipline. We expect this position to start summer/fall 2019.
The postdoctoral fellow will have the opportunity to work with Drs. P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Teresa Eckrich Sommer, and Terri Sabol to conduct independent analysis of quasi-experimental and experimental studies. Experience with advanced quantitative methods is preferred.
The Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri (MU) is seeking a full-time Director for the Institute of Public Policy (IPP) to oversee rigorous policy research that supports faculty, practitioners, and policymakers in Missouri and nationally.
This position is a full-time, 12-month non-tenure track, ranked faculty position with an administrative appointment. Requirements for the position include an earned Ph.D. in a discipline related to public policy, public administration, economics, or a related field, in conjunction with professional experience in designing, conducting, and evaluating policy analysis research, services, and education programs.