Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PD Starting Salary Range: $29.21-$36.50 per hour Employee group: Part Time Schedule: TBD Employee subgroup: Exempt Location: Baltimore, MD Department name: CSOS Programs Personnel area: School of Education
The Everyone Graduates Center (EGC) is a unit within the Center for Social Organization of Schools (CSOS) of the Johns Hopkins University School of Education (SOE). The EGC's vision is to enable more students to graduate from high school prepared to access, persist and succeed in post-secondary endeavors and life. The EGC accomplishes its work in several ways. First, through research (analyzing, synthesizing and communicating to a broad public, educators and policymakers, lessons that can be learned from large federal, state and district studies and longitudinal data bases). Second, by developing tools and analytics that enable educators, policymakers and community members to better assist and support K-12 students, particularly low-income youth and those of color, in overcoming educational barriers and realizing their potential. Parallel work within CSOS amplifies EGC efforts and translates research into practice through nationally-recognized, site-based middle and high school improvement and student support initiatives (current examples include Talent Development Secondary, Diplomas Now, and MBK Success Mentors).
EGC/CSOS is also nationally recognized for the concept of Early Warning Systems (EWS): an approach to school improvement and K-12 student success that relies on
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