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Work experience

Jan 2013Present

Graduate Research Assistant

University of Chicago

Assist in the collection, analysis and reporting of research data under the guidance and supervision of the principal investigator and senior research analyst. Conduct quantitative analysis utilizing a variety of data sources including Chicago Public Schools, Current Population Survey, Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Student Clearinghouse, and The Illinois Department of Employment Security. Write programs to compile, clean, and analyze data in a Linux environment. Summarize and present data for practitioners and potential funders


Jan 2013Jan 2015

A.M. Social Service Administration, Educational Evaluation and Research

The University of Chicago

Community Schools Program of Study

About Kallie Clark

As a graduate research assistant at the University of Chicago, where she is studying toward her advanced degree in social services administration, Kallie Clark draws on extensive experience in secondary and post-secondary education. She enrolled in her current program following service as founding lead of the college team for the Noble Network of Charter Schools' Golder College Prep campus. In this role, Kallie Clark successfully created and instituted a college-preparedness curriculum and entrance plan for a diverse body of 850 students and alumni.

Kallie Clark served the Noble Network for five years, having joined its faculty as a mixed-media art teacher in 2008. Between 2008 and 2012, she taught a variety of courses, including humanities, math, and advanced placement psychology, thus developing extensive experience with differentiated instruction. She became an advisor in 2010 and served as a college counselor in 2010. Ms. Clark has developed individualized assessment systems and postsecondary readiness plans for numerous students of diverse abilities. She now leverages her analytic skills to support the University of Chicago's Consortium on Chicago School Research.