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  • Jie-Eun Grace Lee, National Center on School Choice

      Jie-Eun Grace Lee
      Research Assistant
      Doctoral Student
      Vanderbilt University

    Jie-Eun Grace Lee is a doctoral student in Educational Leadership and Policy and a research assistant for the Department of Leadership, Policy and Organization. Ms. Lee is originally from Seoul, Korea and came to U.S. as an immigrant when she was fourteen years old. After graduating from the University of California, San Diego, she taught kindergarteners, later earning her master’s degree in comparative/international education at UCLA. At Vanderbilt she is studying public schools, parental involvement in comprehensive school reforms, and mayoral control of charter schools. Ms. Lee’s research interests include refugee student engagement in the U.S., and international child rights.

  • Vanderbilt University
    Peabody 152
    230 Appleton Place
    Nashville, TN 37203
    (615) 936-8837

The NCSC is funded by a 5 year, $13.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences. Its lead institution is Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. The center is housed on the campus of Peabody College, one of the nation's top graduate schools of education.