Who We Are

At Student Achievement Partners (SAP), we design and share evidence-based literacy and mathematics guidance and resources that center students, particularly those who are marginalized. We share these resources with educators across the country through our website www.achievethecore.org. Our goal is to influence all levels of the system to ensure that:

  • states, districts, and school leaders design coherent instructional systems and policies; 
  • teachers apply a vision of rigorous, equitable teaching and learning; and 
  • students experience improved understanding of grade-level content and joyful, relevant learning.

We are a diverse team that works in partnership with other passionate change-makers to design tools and resources, professional learning, and other supports, grounded in research and the realities of the classroom. 

SAP’s internal structure is designed to support employees to thrive in a collaborative, remote environment that centers equitable design practices. All staff work together to support each member of the team and elevate their talents, skills, and lived experiences. We do this so that each of our skill sets, voices, and personal and professional journeys contribute to the work of ensuring students experience improved understanding of grade-level content and joyful, relevant learning. We value and provide growth opportunities to individuals who demonstrate a commitment to learning about equitable literacy and mathematics instruction, and its impact on the broader education ecosystem.  

We use team collaboration software such as Zoom Video Conference, Microsoft Teams, Dropbox and Google Docs to facilitate communication and collaboration while working remotely. 

How We Work

We work in project-based design teams that include internal staff and external consultants and co-designers. Working collaboratively, these teams employ an equitable design approach to identify, define, investigate, and address challenges that education stakeholders (systems, educators, and students) are experiencing in the field. To do this work effectively and impactfully, there are nine principles that guide our organization, our work, and our relationships.

Mar 10, 2023  
$70,000 - $90,000 yearly
About the Position:  The role of the Research and Impact Analyst  will be to collaborate with the Research Fellow and SAP team members to support the  implementation of project-based embedded research and evaluation methods that will better equip us to engage in continuous learning by measuring and evaluating the impact of our work. SAP is particularly interested in prioritizing  equitable research and evaluation models, especially ones that employ mixed methods approaches. The Research and Impact Analyst will play a key role in supporting the development and implementation of project evaluation plans, including the  collection, analysis, and dissemination of qualitative and quantitative data. They  will be embedded in projects across SAP's portfolio contributing expertise and capacity as project teams engage in these evaluation methods. In addition, they will be involved in increasing the skills and knowledge of SAP staff so that they are better equipped to measure and...
Student Achievement Partners Remote (USA) Full-Time