The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) with Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, is seeking a dynamic professional to become our next Research Project Manager. The Research Project Manager will play a vital role in ensuring that the Center on Reinventing Public Education’s wide-ranging research continues to make a difference in the field of K-12 education policy.
Reporting to the Principal Investigator, the Project Manager manages project planning, workflow, and timelines for complex research projects across the center. This role has the opportunity to support research design and strategy in partnership with the Principal Investigator.
The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) is a nonpartisan research center founded in Seattle, Washington in 1993 and now led by investigators and collaborators at Arizona State University.
CRPE believes inequities are hard-wired into our public education system in both obvious and subtle ways. Our core business is studying efforts to rewire the system for ongoing improvement and excellence for every student—moving from the classroom, to the school, to policy implications. We envision a public education system that truly prepares every student for the challenges of the future. We fulfill this mission through:
CRPE seeks team members who are passionate about systems change and embrace the idea that public education is a goal, not a set of institutions. The following core values guide our work:
CRPE has played a national role in studying the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on school systems and policy, and we are studying new methods of schooling that will inform rebuilding efforts post-pandemic.