The Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC) at Michigan State University (MSU) invites applications for Research Associate who is skilled in quantitative research methods and has an expertise and exhibited interest in education policy. The Research Associate will need to have completed their doctoral studies or be on track to defend their dissertation. The Research Associate will work with Professors Josh Cowen and Katharine Strunk and other EPIC faculty associates and researchers on empirical research in education policy, the economics of education, and policy evaluation and analysis, using both descriptive and quasi-experimental econometric approaches.
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The Administration & Supervision (A&S) Program in the Curry School of Education and Human Development at the University of Virginia is seeking applicants for an Open Rank Professor of Education. This is a 9-month salaried tenure-track/tenured position in the Department of Leadership, Foundations, and Policy (EDLF).
The Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development invites applications for a full-time Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) of Educational Policy. We seek an individual with the skills and promise to develop a national reputation for producing excellent scholarship that is influential both within the academic literature and the national dialogue. The specific area of research focus within educational policy is open; however, we seek candidates who employ rigorous experimental and quasi-experimental quantitative methods to measure the causal effect of educational policies and practices.
The Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development invites applications for a full-time Associate Professor or Professor of Educational Policy. We seek an individual with a national reputation for producing excellent scholarship that is influential both within the academic literature and the national dialogue. The specific area of research focus within educational policy is open; however, we seek candidates who employ rigorous experimental and quasi experimental quantitative methods to measure the causal effect of educational policies and practices. Candidates should also have a history of successfully obtaining external funding.
The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) at Florida State University is seeking a Specialized Teaching faculty (non-tenure track) for the online specialist, master’s and modified programs in Educational Leadership and Administration that lead to Florida Educational Leadership certification. The faculty member will hold a nine-month contract, teaching four classes in each fall and spring semesters. There may also be opportunities available for teaching in summer sessions as well.
The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) at Florida State University is seeking an Associate Director/Teaching Faculty for the online Doctor of Education (EdD) program in Educational Leadership and Administration. The Associate Director will hold a twelve-month contract, teaching three courses in fall and spring terms, and two courses in summer term, and working closely with the Director and program faculty to coordinate advising and program management. Our online EdD program is designed for midcareer individuals who seek professional preparation for positions such as senior-level educational leaders and policymakers in K-12 schools, higher education settings, and other educational organizations, both domestically and internationally. This three-year program integrates coursework, advising, and applied research to support the professional growth of students as scholar practitioners who solve problems of practice in their specific organizational contexts. More information about the program is available at education.fsu.edu/eda.
Research and Policy Analyst – Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
- Be a main contributor to a world-class research team focused on understanding long term student outcomes (as part of a 5-year partnership with DESE, Brown University, and Harvard University)
- Contribute to the development of important and highly visible policy recommendations
- Help coordinate a robust portfolio of ongoing research projects
- Support districts in building their capacity to evaluate programs
The NC State College of Education invites applications for a faculty position in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis at the assistant or associate professor level. Responsibilities include maintaining a scholarly research, publication, and grant-writing record in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis with a K-12 focus that is aligned with a tenure track position in a research university; recruiting, advising, and mentoring graduate students and serving on doctoral committees; providing leadership for the development and delivery of educational policy courses for students in the program area of study and across the college; engaging in collaborative research involving other faculty within the College of Education and the Friday Institute; and working collaboratively with faculty colleagues and policy makers at the local, state, and national levels.
The NC State College of Education invites applications for a faculty position in Literacy, Policy Analysis, and Program Evaluation at the assistant or associate professor level. We invite applications from candidates with an earned doctoral degree in literacy, economics, education, policy, political science, sociology, or a related field. Successful applicants will demonstrate a high level of scholarly research, publication, and grant-writing activity in the areas of literacy, policy, and evaluation; contribute to academic and public discourses; and teach graduate courses in literacy, literacy policy, educational policy, research methods, and evaluation.
The Education Policy Initiative seeks candidates interested in deepening their knowledge of rigorous, applied quantitative education policy research for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship.
Up to two fellows will be trained to estimate the causal effects of education policies and practices on student outcomes, emphasizing the use of state and district longitudinal data. Fellows will participate in all aspects of the research process, including design, IRB administration, analysis, and presentation. They will collect, compile and analyze data; design surveys; participate in research planning; write papers; present results at seminars and professional meetings; and supervise research assistants. The fellows will learn how to develop a research partnership with practitioners or public agencies and to communicate results to non-technical audiences, including policymakers.