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Research Analyst, Center for Education Policy
Andrew Ezekoye is participating in a range of projects related to teacher evaluation, teacher development, K–12 education reform, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), and college and career readiness. His project responsibilities include performing background research and literature reviews, tracking project timelines and deliverables, aiding the recruitment of study participants, supporting survey administration, analyzing survey data and developing exhibits, and contributing to written reports for clients.
Ezekoye’s current projects include the evaluation of New Teacher Center’s intensive new teacher mentoring and support on beginning teacher retention, beginning teacher practice, and student outcomes, and the examination of the efficacy of the expansion of the National Writing Project's College Ready Writers' Program (CRWP) in rural communities across the country, and the REL Appalachia project, which works with education leaders in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia to address problems of practice that research can inform and that are a high priority to the region, such as early learning through middle school, high school graduation, and transition to college and careers.
Before joining SRI, Ezekoye was a Teach for America Corp-member in the Washington D.C., Region. He taught as a fourth-grade self-contained teacher in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Ezekoye earned his A.B. degree in Government from Harvard College.