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The Dana Center develops and scales math and science education innovations to support educators, administrators, and policy makers in creating seamless transitions throughout the K–14 system for all students, especially those who are underserved.
Our people come from diverse backgrounds, and our work is enriched by each contributor’s unique mix of content expertise, academic credentials, and practical experience.
We know that people are our most vital resource, and we value the energy, enthusiasm, and commitment of our colleagues. As an organized research unit of the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, we offer competitive salaries and a variety of benefits to our team members and their families.
If you would enjoy working with an outstanding team focused on strengthening public education across the US, we encourage you to apply today.
Research Engineering/ Scientist Associate III
Develop and conduct quantitative research and evaluation for Dana Center Mathematics Pathways and related projects. Position will work with DC work groups to improve program design and inform field about program effectiveness and scale with goal of improving access to and completion of entry-level college mathematics.
Senior Academic Program Coordinator
Support development and implementation of innovative online instructional and assessment materials for high school mathematics courses designed for the last two years of high school, addressing multiple mathematics pathways for seamless transitions from high school to college or career.
Under the Associate Director of Development, manage and oversee outreach and external funding activities for Literacy First. Provide content for various campaigns and communications platforms.
Director III – K12 Education Program Director
Provide leadership across all K12 programs and services, integrating program development, implementation, and evaluation with strategic policy work to create conditions for districts and schools to foster student engagement and learning in mathematics and science at scale.