Our approach combines the scientific rigor of a research institution with a firsthand understanding of education issues and their real-world implications. We solve problems with objective scientific methods, evidence-based analysis, on-scene field experience, and absolute data integrity.
Through this unique approach, we assist a diverse range of stakeholders – from state and federal policymakers to higher education institutions to foundations and associations to districts and schools. Our team’s extensive experience with applied research, experimental trials, program evaluation, and technical assistance allows us to provide our clients with clear, credible analysis and actionable solutions.
CNA Education operated the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Appalachia, part of a network of ten laboratories funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences. REL Appalachia provides extensive technical assistance and research support to educators and policymakers in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Find cybersecurity programs with this new interactive tool
Cybersecurity is a high-demand, high-wage field. There were a quarter of a million job postings in cybersecurity in 2014, and information security analysts currently receive a median salary of over $90,000. With that in mind, CNA Education produced a new interactive tool to help students, school counselors, career and technical education coordinators, and others find highly ranked cybersecurity programs across the country.
Stacey E. Jordan
Vice President and Director, Education
- Applied research
- Policy analysis
- Program evaluation
- Technical assistance