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Policy researcher at Education Commission of the States |

As a policy researcher, Eric supports the policy team by tracking legislation and answering information requests. Prior to joining the Education Commission of the States, Eric worked in the policy and compliance department at the Denver Elections Division. He earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Kansas and will soon complete a master’s of public administration at the University of Colorado Denver.

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