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Isaiah O’Rear

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MEd, 2012

Isaiah O’Rear is a Health Policy Statistician at the National Council of Urban Indian Health. 

Isaiah previously worked as a research scientist at the Postsecondary, Adult, and Career Education Division of the National Center for Education Statistics in Washington, DC.  Additionally, he has prior experience of working on the Georgia Learning Outcomes of Students Studying Abroad Research Initiative, an evaluation of Georgia's study abroad programs.  He presented a paper from that research initiative at the Southern Association of Institutional Research during the 2009-10 academic year and another entitled, “How do State Appropriations for Need-based Aid Respond to Recessions?” at an Alabama Political Science Association meeting.

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