The #2021APPAM Fall Research Conference will feature some fantastic sponsors from across the policy research spectrum. Today we're shining a spotlight on EdChoice.
What is the mission of your organization?
EdChoice advances educational freedom and choice for all as a pathway to successful lives and a stronger society.
What are your strongest areas of work?
- Polling and Survey Research
- Fiscal Research
- Training and Outreach
- Public Policy and Legislative Analysis
- Local and State Coalitions
- Communications and Marketing
- Legal Affairs
In the past year, what has been the most influential work from your researchers?
If you are hiring, what makes your organization a great place to work?
We have a clear mission and a cohesive team culture. Long ago we established core values and principles by which to guide the work of individuals, teams, and the organization as a whole. We value creative thinking, problem-solving, and innovation. We do our best to promote public engagement and service, and understand work-life balance and respect personal/family needs, circumstances, and priorities occurring outside of professional life.
How many early career professionals do you employ?
7 out of 25.
What is an interesting, unique, or fun fact about your organization?
Nobel laureate Milton Friedman, and his wife Rose Friedman, founded our organization 25 years ago in 1996.