Jeannie Myung

Jeannie Myung
Jeannie Myung
Director of Policy Research,
Policy Analysis for California Education, Stanford University

Jeannie Myung is Director of Policy Research at PACE where she oversees the initiation, development, and dissemination of research to inform education policy in California. She was Managing Director of the research project Getting Down to Facts II: Current Conditions and Paths Forward for California Schools. Previously, she was a Program Director at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching where her work focused on teacher quality, social-emotional learning, and fostering continuous school improvement in networks. Dr. Myung was a researcher at the Center for Education Policy Analysis at Stanford University.  She was also a public school teacher. She holds a Ph.D. in Administration & Policy Analysis from Stanford University and a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University.

 

Publications by Jeannie Myung
Views from the 2021 PACE/USC Rossier Poll
Growing inequities and lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic together with billions of dollars in new funding present an opportunity to make substantial changes to K–12 education to better serve all students in California. In May 2021, PACE…
The Path Towards Reimagining and Rebuilding Schools
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all students; however, its impact has been particularly devastating for students of color, students from low-income families, English learners, and other marginalized children and youth. As transmission rates…
A new PACE brief summarizes key points from the report Enabling Conditions and Capacities for Continuous Improvement: A Framework for Measuring and Supporting Progress Towards the Goals of the Statewide System of Support and contextualizes the…
Research to Guide Distance and Blended Instruction
Though the delivery of instruction in the 2020–21 school year will be altered to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a long-standing research base on high-quality instruction can inform decisions about students’ learning and engagement. The following…