EdPolicyWorks Job Market Candidates


EdPolicyWorks, a joint collaboration between the School of Education and Human Development and the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, brings together researchers from across the University of Virginia and the State to focus on important questions of educational policy and implications for the workforce.

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  • Kylie Anglin


    Research Interests: Education Regulation, Causal Inference, Effect Heterogeneity and Implementation, and Natural Langauge Processing 
    Faculty Advisor: Vivian Wong

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  • Laura Bellows


    Research Interests: Inequality, Social Policy, Education Policy
    Faculty Advisor: Anna Gassman-Pines
    Postdoctoral Mentor: Daphna Bassok

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  • Justin Doromal


    Research Interests: Child care and preschool policy, applied quantitative methods and survey research, research-practice partnership work
    Faculty Advisor: Daphna Bassok

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  • Emily Wiseman


    Research Interests: Emily's research focuses on supporting teacher development, and her research lies at the intersection of policy and practice around teachers and teaching. She has experience conducting large-scale descriptive analyses as well as designing, implementing, and assessing controlled experiments. She's worked extensively in research-practice partnerships, with agencies like the District of Columbia Public Schools and the Rhode Island Department of Education. Her dissertation explores teacher coaching in the context of a district-wide professional development program, in a targeted pre-service teacher education intervention, and with selected early career teachers in a rural district. 
    Faculty Advisor(s): Jim Wyckoff and Julie Cohen

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  • Anandita Krishnamachari


    Research Interests: Teacher preparation policy, Causal inference, Randomized control trials, Replication studies, Quantitative methodology, Data architecture and infrastructure

    Faculty Advisor: Vivian Wong and Julie Cohen

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