Joining the Heritage Foundation

I’m really excited to be joining Lindsey Burke, Jonathan Butcher, and Jude Schwalbach as a Senior Research Fellow in the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation. I am incredibly proud of what my colleagues and I built at the University of Arkansas and will miss working in the same office with them every day, but look forward to continuing to collaborate with them from my new position.

Here is the official announcement:

https://www.heritage.org/press/jay-p-greene-phd-joins-heritage-foundation-senior-research-fellow-education-policy

6 Responses to Joining the Heritage Foundation

  1. George Mitchell says:

    Great news for Jay. It’s been more than 25 years since I got a call from a researcher at the University of Houston wanting to know more about Milwaukee’s choice program. I am among the many neophytes who benefited in those early years from the work and counsel of Jay, Pat Wolf, and Paul Peterson. We need Jay to keep up the great work.

  2. Thanks, George! You and Susan taught me more about political strategy than any political science course I ever took.

    • GEORGE MITCHELL says:

      Our plan is to exploit your knowledge and wisdom exhaustively in the next several months….a critical period for choice in WI.

  3. Malcolm Kirkpatrick says:

    Good for Heritage. Will this mean a change in the blog?

  4. Matthew Ladner says:

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOM!

  5. Greene, Charles S says:

    Nice transitional message. Which one of those three people was your former student or colleague?

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