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U.S. Department of Ed Call for Peer Reviewers: May 29 Deadline

The U.S. Department of Education has released a call for peer reviewers for the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Effective Educator Development (EED) Division for upcoming Fiscal Year 2020 grant cycles. The following programs grant competitions are seeking reviewers:

  • Teacher Quality Partnership Grant Program (TQP)
  • Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED)
  • Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program (TSL)

The Department is looking for reviewers from various professions and background, preferably with education background and experience in various areas including (but not limited to)  PK-12 teaching, preparing teachers, teacher residency programs, social and emotional learning, and preparing STEM teachers. Please see the Department’s 2020 Call for Peer Reviewers for all areas of experience and other requirements including availability, tools, and expected quality of review.

The review period is slated for this summer for the SEED and TSL grants. A timeline has not yet been established for the TQP program, but most likely will also be over the summer months. The reviews will be completely virtual.

If you would like to be considered as a peer reviewer, please complete the questionnaire  and email your resume to EEDPeerReviews@ed.gov no later than May 29, 2020. In the subject line please include: 2020 EED Peer Reviewer. Failure to submit both the questionnaire and resume, may result in an incomplete application, which will not be reviewed.

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Deborah Koolbeck

Senior Director of Government Relations, AACTE