As Senior Policy Analyst Nicholas is responsible for research and writing policy briefs related to K-12 reform on a range of topics including resource equity, standards and accountability, public school choice, and teacher preparation. Prior to ERN, Nicholas worked as the Research and Development Associate at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, while completing his Master’s in Education Policy at The George Washington University. Nicholas previously worked as a high school English Language Arts teacher in New Hampshire, in both charter and traditional public schools, which spurred his interest in education reform. He also has a MA in Teaching Secondary English from SNHU and a BA in Writing, Literature, & Publishing from Emerson College.

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