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Education Policy and Practice Strategist
Institute for Education Innovation, Center for Great Public Schools
The Institute for Education Innovation serves to implement OEA’s Strategic Action Plan goal of educator- driven innovation and policy-making. The Institute provides a sound foundation for educator leadership and transformation through new research, innovative policy and direct strategic and technical support at the state and local level. The Institute works directly with OEA local unions, school districts and community colleges, state agencies, higher-education and research institutions, and education advocacy and stakeholder groups, to build capacity around education quality initiatives, school improvement and system effectiveness strategies that are student-centered and shaped by educators.
This position is responsible for assisting local union leaders, members and staff with research and support on the development and implementation of quality education initiatives, federal and state grant programs, accountability systems, supports and interventions. This position supports the development and promotion of evidence-based policy research and data-based analysis, systems assessment, school and district-wide continuous-improvement strategies, and coordinate cross-functional teams of educators and stakeholders.
To learn of open positions at the National Education Association or other state affiliates, go to NEA’s list of staff and affiliate vacancies.