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National Academy of Education

The National Academy of Education is an honorific society consisting of U.S. members and international associates who are elected on the basis of outstanding scholarship related to education. Founded in 1965, the mission of NAEd is to advance high-quality education research and its use in policy formulation and practice.

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Coburn, Jackson Elected to National Academy of Education

February 21, 2020– From School of Education and Social Policy

Northwestern University Professors Cynthia Coburn and Kirabo Jackson were among fifteen exceptional scholars elected to the esteemed National Academy of Education (NAEd).

  • Cynthia Coburn, School of Education and Social Policy (2020)
  • Kirabo Jackson, School of Education and Social Policy (2020)
  • Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach, School of Education and Social Policy (2019)
  • David N. Figlio, School of Education and Social Policy (2017)
  • Morton O. Schapiro (2017)
  • Jim Spillane, School of Education and Social Policy (2014)
  • Patricia Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, School of Education and Social Policy (2013)
  • Douglas Medin, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (2012)
  • Carol Lee, School of Education and Social Policy (2007)
  • Larry V. Hedges, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (1996)
  • Allan Meakin Collins, School of Education and Social Policy (1992)