For you, just asking the question “what works in K-12 education” is not enough. You dive deeper into questions regarding pedagogy and leveraging technology and are keenly aware of the challenges educators face to empower students to build fulfilling lives. Your experience and interest in researching these issues can help us make better decisions about the grants the Foundation makes in these, and other areas of the K-12 education space.
The K-12 research analyst will engage with various academic disciplines to inform our strategies and grantmaking in this area. This is a highly collaborative internal role that will require you to apply your knowledge of K12 education, including innovative pedagogy, emerging technologies, and trends in K-12 philanthropy, to analyze partnership opportunities and make recommendations regarding Foundation grantmaking.
Your Responsibilities Include
Knowledge and Skills You Bring to the Organization
Candidates will be asked to submit a writing sample.
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