2013-14 Massachusetts Education Policy Fellowship Program Class Announced

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2013-14 Massachusetts Education Policy Fellowship Program Class Announced

The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy is excited to kick off this year as lead sponsor with Northeastern University of the Massachusetts Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP). This program serves mid-career professionals, rapidly advancing in their careers, who seek to expand their networks and build their policy and leadership skills to move forward effective reform. The 2013-14 MA EPFP program will feature a variety of workshops with prominent leaders, including former Governor Michael Dukakis and former Massachusetts Education Secretary and Rennie Center founder Paul Reville. Fellows will also visit the Massachusetts State House and Washington D.C. to meet with policymakers and learn about the policy process firsthand. Massachusetts EPFP is one of 13 sites, which comprise the national EPFP program sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, D.C.We are pleased to announce the 2013-14 MA EPFP fellows:

 

  • Janet Anderson, Taunton Education Association; Massachusetts Teacher Association
  • Alison Bagg, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Bob Becker, Wachusett Regional Education Association; Massachusetts Teacher Association
  • Maura Boyce, Boston After School & Beyond
  • Hilary Brayton, Boston Private Industry Council
  • Gina Chirichigno, National Coalition on School Diversity
  • Shawn Connelly, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Nina Zockoff Culbertson, Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy
  • Mary DeLai, Reading Public Schools
  • Rebecca Doherty, ALVAINA Foundation
  • Darius Green, Somerville Public Schools
  • Dr. Lorretta Holloway, Framingham State University
  • Anne Kandilis, Springfield, MA K-12 Education Reform Advocate and Non-Profit Community Volunteer
  • Douglas Lyons, Reading Public Schools
  • Erin MacIntire, Public Consulting Group
  • Ron Noble, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Daniel Patton, Cambridge Education
  • Dr. Lorne Ranstrom, Eastern Nazarene College
  • Dr. Karen Shakman, Education Development Center
  • Rebecca Shor, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Karen Silverman, 50CAN
  • Dr. Jibril Solomon, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Julia Spencer-Robinson, Northampton Public Schools
  • Mike Ward, Fall River Public Schools

 

About the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy
The Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy’s mission is to improve public education through well-informed decision-making based on deep knowledge and evidence of effective policymaking and practice. As Massachusetts’ preeminent voice in public education reform, we create open spaces for educators and policymakers to consider evidence, discuss cutting-edge issues, and develop new approaches to advance student learning and achievement. Through our staunch commitment to independent, non-partisan research and constructive conversations, we work to promote an education system that provides every child with the opportunity to be successful in school and in life. For more information, visit us at www.renniecenter.org.

 

 

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