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Jared Boyce

Education Researcher

Jared Boyce is a quantitative analyst specializing in using adult and student data to better understand instructional practices, education leadership, and school climate. Boyce has firsthand experience building researcher-practitioner partnerships that empower educators in collecting, interpreting, and taking action on data from their classrooms and schools.

One strand of his research uses theories of organizational change and learning to examine and improve classroom instruction and teacher professional development. Another strand of his research uses mixture modeling to investigate different types of school administrators, teachers, and students within schools to provide a richer understanding of the complexity of schooling. Boyce received the 2016 Advanced Studies of National Databases Outstanding Dissertation Award from American Educational Research Association and the 2016 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the Education and Leadership Strategy for his research into education leadership.

Education

  • Ph.D., education leadership, 2015, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • M.A., education, 2003, Stanford University
  • M.A., philosophy, 2002, Stanford University
  • B.S., symbolic systems, 2002, Stanford University

Professional Experience

  • School Evaluation Consultant, State University of New York (SUNY) Charter School Institute
  • Instructor & Junior Instructor, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Graduate Research & Teaching Assistant, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Technical & Student Systems Officer, Stanford Online High School, Stanford University
  • Mathematics Instructor & State Standards Specialist, Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, Stanford University
  • Mathematics Teacher, Peninsula High School, San Mateo Union High School District

Current Projects

  • Project-Based Learning Networked Improvement Community
  • Researcher-Practitioner Partnership to Promote English Language Learners’ Science Learning in the Elementary Grades
  • Montana Continuous Improvement in Education Research to Improve Secondary School Literacy Outcomes
  • Data-Intensive Exploration of the Links Between SES and STEM Learning
  • Next-Generation Courseware Challenge