Targeted Instruction Project (TIP)
Professor Tahir Andrabi is seeking a full–time Research Fellow for 1 year, starting as soon as possible. This position will be based in Claremont, CA with remote work possible for some period in accordance with the College’s travel and work policies around COVID–19.
This is an exciting, rewarding opportunity for students with strong research and academic interest. The research fellow will be able to gain:
- First–hand experience on the design, implementation and analysis of a large–scale RCT
- Competitive pay ($26~$33/hour commensurate with experience)
- Excellent health benefits and additional resources from the College
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The LUMS School of Education
For more information on the LUMS School of Education, visit https://soe.lums.edu.pk
Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE)
A RISE Country Research Team analyze the education marketplace in Pakistan by studying system-level frictions and the proliferation of low-cost private schools
For more information on the RISE Project, visit riseprogramme.org
Learning and Educational Achievement in Pakistan Schools (LEAPS)
The Learning and Educational Achievement in Pakistan Schools (LEAPS) Report provides an overview of the education sector based on the 2003 LEAPS Survey of schools, teachers, children, and households throughout rural Punjab.
For more information on the LEAPS Project, visit leapsproject.org
Center for Economic Research (CERP) – Pakistan
The Center for Economic Research, Pakistan (CERP) is a non-profit organization with a mission to encourage economic and social research of the Pakistani economy. Founded in 2008, it aims to investigate actual workings and conditions of the economy’s firms, households, communities and institutions both empirically and statistically. CERP’s goal is to foster academic cooperation and idea-generation that build on constructive thinking and rigorous research for students, academics and researchers alike.
For more information on CERP, visit cerp.org.pk