Faye Kroshinsky is a Research Project Manager at the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research. Kroshinsky has managed various research projects at the Consortium including: The Chicago 8/9 Teacher Network; the national Becoming Effective Learners (BEL) Survey Development Project; and most recently, the BEL Partner Project (BEL-PP). Her work has focused on better understanding the relationship between teacher practice, student noncognitive factors, and school success. The BEL-PP in particular involves deep work with school and district partners around the country in using surveys and other data to support teacher practice for noncognitive development and improve students’ opportunities for learning.
Prior to joining UEI, Kroshinsky worked as an Assistant Cook County State's Attorney in the Child Support Enforcement Division and also served as a litigation associate at Latham & Watkins.
Kroshinsky received her BA from New York University, a JD from Northwestern University, and an MA in social service administration from the University of Chicago.