Georgia Bock, research associate, has expertise in educational research, program evaluation, and technical assistance. She is skilled at developing survey and interview instruments, collecting and analyzing data, and communicating actionable results. Through her technical assistance work, she builds educators’ capacity to use data and research to drive decision-making that will yield equitable learning experiences for students.

As a co-lead of the Rhode Island Partnership to Support Early College Opportunities and the Vermont Partnership to Strengthen Flexible Pathways for the REL Northeast & Islands at EDC, Bock facilitates cross-organizational meetings and activities to support leaders in improving student readiness for college and careers. She is also part of an evaluation team investigating student experiences and outcomes in an online early college program.

Bock also works on projects that focus on teacher effectiveness. For the Region 2 Comprehensive Center, she supports state leaders by conducting needs assessments to inform strategic planning related to educator development. Her past projects include research on preparation and mentoring programs.

She holds an MSEd in Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania.