Eva Myrick Chiang serves as Director of Evaluation and Research for the Bush Institute. In this role, she leads the internal and external evaluation work across the Institute, and she provides support on research projects. She is a mixed methods researcher with program design and evaluation expertise. Her content expertise is school leadership and talent management, and she also supports the School Leadership Initiative.
Prior to joining the George W. Bush Institute, Eva taught pre-k through college level students in a variety of teaching roles in private, public, and charter schools, and her passion is teaching students to read. She has been a trainer of teachers, and most recently she held the position of Director of Education in the central administration office of an urban charter school.
Eva received her undergraduate degree from Baylor University, and received a master's in teaching with an emphasis on reading education from Texas Woman's University. Eva also earned her law degree from Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth and her doctorate from Southern Methodist University.
Resources & Reports
Effective Implementation Framework
Fox 4 News
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The Overlooked Role of the School Principal
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