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    Teach Coalition advocates for government policies and funding to benefit nonpublic schools in six states across the country. Priority issues include funding for secular education, security, scholarships, federal funding, and COVID-19 policies impacting nonpublic schools, such as school openings and free meal distribution. 

    The Policy Analyst is responsible for becoming an expert in existing state funding and services programs, researching new opportunities for funding, tracking legislation in state legislatures that impact nonpublic schools, drafting policy memos and recommendations for the Policy Director and Executive Director, and providing pertinent information to Teach Coalition member schools so that they can take advantage of state programs. As the Policy Analyst, you will build and maintain relationships with state agency officials and policy staff of elected officials. The Policy Analyst will work directly with Teach Coalition’s Policy Director. 

    The Policy Analyst will: 

    What You’ll Bring to Teach Coalition: 

    Please send resume and cover letter to careers@teachcoalition.org