Education
  • PhD in Public Administration, USC 2005
  • MPP, UCLA 2000
  • BS, Northwestern University, 1995
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Jane Arnold Lincove holds a Ph.D. in public administration from the University of Southern California and a Master's in public policy from the University of California at Los Angeles. Her research focuses on education policy and economics of education in the U.S. and in developing countries. Her research has been published in Public Administration and Development, Journal of Developing Areas, and Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis.

Prior to joining to the LBJ School, Dr. Lincove served as a policy consultant for the Child Care Alliance of Los Angeles, as an evaluator for several southern California public school districts, and as Development Coordinator for Para Los Niños, a non-profit children's agency serving the Skid Row area of Los Angeles. Lincove is a 2010-2012 Spencer Foundation/National Academy of Education Postdoctoral Fellow and a co-director for the Project on Educator Effectiveness and Quality (PEEQ), an initiative of the Center for Health and Social Policy.

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Visit Dr. Lincove's person website http://www.janelincove.com/

Media Expertise
  • Gender and Development
  • Developing Countries
  • Education Policy
  • Gender Issues

Newsworthy

NewsJanuary 3, 2012
LBJ School Selected as Independent Evaluator by i3 Grant Recipient Texas Tech University

The University of Texas at Austin’s Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) School of Public Affairs was selected as the independent evaluator of a new educator preparation project by Texas Tech University. The faculty and staff of the Project on Educator Effectiveness and Quality (PEEQ), an initiative of the LBJ School’s Center for Health and Social Policy, will perform the evaluation.

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NewsFebruary 8, 2013
83rd Texas State Legislature Faculty Experts Guide

The 83rd Texas State Legislature is in full swing and while the state budget, education finance and redistricting are set to be the most pressing issues that the legislature will tackle, myriad of other issues are likely to come before the session. Faculty experts from the LBJ School of Public Affairs are available to discuss policy and political issues from a variety of perspectives.

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Media MentionAugust 6, 2013
New school rating system tougher to decode, critics say
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