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Hirokazu Yoshikawa Named for the National Board for Education Sciences by President Biden

Headshot of Hirokazu Yoshikawa in front of bookshelf

President Biden indicated his intent to appoint Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Courtney Sale Ross Professor of Globalization and Education at NYU Steinhardt, professor of applied psychology, and co-director of IHDSC’s Global TIES, to serve on the National Board for Education Sciences.

The National Board for Education Sciences consists of 15 voting members appointed by President Biden. The board’s duties include advising the Director of the Institute of Education Sciences and serving as a “board of directors” for the Institute by assessing the Institute’s priorities as proposed by the Director. The board ensures that the priorities of the Institute and the National Education Centers are consistent with the organization’s mission.

View the full press release from the White House Briefing Room at the link.


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