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Lebron James Battles Chronic Absenteeism in His New School
Lebron James is using his experience as a chronically absent student to shape the programs and education his new school will provide. Director of Evaluation and Research at the Bush Institute Eva Myrick Chiang gives her take on why this is important.
Eva Myrick Chiang, serves as Director of Research and Evaluation for the Bush Institute. She also works on the School Leadership Initiative and provides support in other areas of the education reform initiative as well.
Prior to joining the George W. Bush Institute, she 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. She is currently finishing her doctorate from Southern Methodist University.Full Bio
Texas Releases New School Accountability Ranking System
Texas has released a new ranking system for school accountability that is easier to understand.
Preparing All Kids for an Unpredictable Future
This essay, which draws from remarks that Bush Institute Education Reform Director Anne Wicks gave at the Bush Center's Forum on Leadership, appeared last week on The 74.
Forget the Edu-Wonks. NAEP Scores Should Get the Attention of Workforce Development Leaders
There is no shortage of buzz in the education policy world about the scores from the 2017 NAEP exam. But the people who really ought to be thinking about the results from the so-called “Nation’s Report Card” are the ones in charge of developing the workforce in a state or community.