Kevin Majewski, a dedicated education policy researcher, has served as Senior Analyst, Assistant Dean, English Instructor, and Professor specializing in social science statistics and survey research. He has led K-12, higher education, police science, and policy analysis research projects. As Research Manager on a major project with the New Jersey State Policy Lab, Kevin focuses on identifying and disseminating K-12 school policies and practices that positively impact student learning outcomes in New Jersey.
Kevin has collaborated on research projects with international partners, including the Russian National Research University Higher School of Economics. His quantitative and qualitative research relies on large-scale data and survey administration to focus on issues related to education accountability. Kevin is also passionate about research on fostering grit, social mobility, and broader non-monetary benefits of education.
Kevin was named an emerging scholar with the American Educational Research Association and served the American Association of School Administrators as associate editor and editorial review board member for the Journal of Scholarship and Practice. A first-generation college student recognized as a TRiO achiever, Kevin is deeply invested in policies that support disadvantaged and historically excluded students.
With a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership, Management & Policy from Seton Hall University, an M.A. in Psychological Counseling from Monmouth University, and a B.S. in Psychology from Montana State University Billings, Kevin brings a rich educational background to his work that contextualizes student performance amid the broader socio-political landscape.