We are looking for a Data Analyst to work with Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE). PACE is an independent research center that unites an interdisciplinary array of nationally prominent scholars on education policy, specifically focused on comprehensive policy reform and continuous improvement in performance at all levels of California’s education system. The Data Analyst will engage with Stanford faculty, students, and staff as well as external clients and partners (e.g., district personnel, research partners at other universities). PACE is committed to examining policies that promote growth in student achievement and reduce student achievement gaps, with a focus on accountability systems, highly effective teachers and school leadership.
The Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) at Stanford University is seeking two postdoctoral fellows for two-year fellowships in the Stanford Postdoctoral Fellows Program in the Center for Education Policy Analysis, a program funded by the Institute of Education Sciences.
The Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) is seeking undergraduate research assistants (RAs) to work directly with CEPA faculty on active research projects supported by The Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE). Applications will be reviewed as received and the interview process will begin immediately. Once decisions have been made, applicants will be notified and work will begin immediately.
Eligibility: The CEPA URP program is open to all Stanford University undergraduates (co-terms are not eligible). Selection of RAs will be based on the student’s expressed interest in education policy and the fit between faculty needs and student skill sets. Experience working with quantitative data using STATA statistical software is preferred but not required.