Research Collective

Flamboyan Foundation is hosting a short-term research collective and is looking for educators from PS-12th grade to conduct interviews with families in their school/classroom.

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Our Mission

Helping those impacted by inequity thrive

Flamboyan supports educators to effectively partner with families. A key component of genuine partnership is listening, and members of the Research Collective will do just that: listen. Through deep listening to families, educators will identify themes for potential exploration as Flamboyan builds our resource library. Work will begin in early March and conclude in June, with the opportunity for continued work in the summer and fall. The final deadline to apply is February 10th.

Work will begin in early March and conclude in June, with the opportunity for continued work in the summer and fall. The final deadline to apply is February 10th.

Required

Skills and Experiences of Educators

Requirment

D.C. educators with at least one year of teaching.

Educators who have been teaching for a minimum of one year provide a diverse experience that contributes to the development of several varieties of data.

Requirment

Must have experiences with building trusting relationships with families

Requirment

Project Management and Sense of Deadline Urgency

Educators with strong project management skills and the ability to meet deadlines helps further the Research Collective’s results efficiency so that data is provided on time.

Requirement

D.C. Public or Public Charter Schools

Educators working in a D.C. public or public charter school assists the research collective in obtaining accurate data on families and students in D.C which builds our resource library.

Work will begin in early March and conclude in June, with the opportunity for continued work in the summer and fall. The final deadline to apply is February 10th.

Help us fulfill our purpose

Are you a D.C. educator with experience building trusting relationships with your students’ families?

Apply Here!