Hans Hermann joined All4Ed in August 2017 as a policy and advocacy intern. In January 2018, he was hired full time as a policy and research assistant where he is responsible for the science of adolescent learning (SAL) work, collaborating with colleagues on SAL research and translating it for policymakers and educators.
From May 2014 to July 2015, Mr. Hermann worked as the national director for business development at AIESEC United States, the U.S. branch of AIESEC International, the world’s largest youth-led nonprofit organization. In the summer of 2016, he volunteered as a teacher in a government school for teenage mothers in Lima, Peru. Prior to joining All4Ed, Mr. Hermann was a policy and research intern at the Learning Policy Institute in its Palo Alto, California, office.
Mr. Hermann is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in learning sciences and educational policy, focusing on the impact of these areas on contemporary learning environments. He is interested in the impact of educational neuroscience and psychology in the classroom, teacher preparation models, and project-based learning environments.