Jacob Mishook's work includes research and data analysis on the Metro Nashville Public Schools evaluation and College Readiness Indicator Systems project, managing the Institute’s work related to arts education, and managing internal evaluation and documentation of the Transatlantic School Innovation Alliance. He also serves as co-chair of the Districts in Research and Reform SIG and as program chair of the Arts and Learning SIG for the American Educational Research Association. Previously, Jacob worked as an educational researcher in the Center for Technology in Learning at SRI International. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English and sociology with honors in education from Stanford University and a doctorate in educational theory and policy from Pennsylvania State University. His fields of interest include central office reform, collective teacher practice and educator networks, and the use of data to inform decision-making.
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