Nicole’s work at ERS has focused on district-level strategic resource use and state funding systems. She has worked with partner districts on resource use analysis, including Baltimore and Palm Beach, and led several projects focused on the intersection of state funding declines, teacher compensation, and teacher workforce challenges. Most recently, Nicole’s work has focused on implications of the new ESSA regulations with a focus on resource equity at both the district and state level.
Prior to joining ERS, Nicole served as a dean of curriculum and instruction at a public elementary school in Boston, an instructional coach for a turnaround charter network in Philadelphia, and a school leader for a high-performing charter school in New York City. Nicole began her career teaching Kindergarten and 2nd grade at public and charter schools in New York City.
Outside of ERS, Nicole enjoys eating brunch and hitting up the local playgrounds with her husband and two young kids.
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