AERA 2017-18 Congressional Fellows Discuss Their Experience on Capitol Hill and Connecting Education Research with Policymaking
AERA 2017-18 Congressional Fellows Discuss Their Experience on Capitol Hill and Connecting Education Research with Policymaking
 
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July 2018

In 2017–18, the AERA Congressional Fellowship Program included four appointments: Jennifer Ayscue worked in the offices of Senators Al Franken (D-MN) and Tina Smith (D-MN); Paul Rubin worked in the office of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA); Zewelanji Serpell worked in the House Committee on Education and the Workforce for Ranking Member Bobby Scott (D-VA); and Kathryn Wentzel worked in the office of Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH).

The fellowship appointments conclude in July–August 2018. Read about their experiences as told in their own words in the following Q&As:

 
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