Since joining EAB in 2017, Jahanara’s research has focused on online and hybrid education strategy, underrepresented student success, and the role of centers of teaching in learning in student success.
Prior to joining the firm, she consulted on a policy implementation assessment for USAID and has previously worked in education policy research in Lahore, Pakistan.
Jahanara graduated with honors with a master’s degree in international economics and international relations from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She earned a B.A. in economics cum laude from Smith College.
Research and Insights
We uncovered over 100 barriers to equitable student outcomes through literature review, research interviews, and analysis of student success data. Some of the disparities were well-known, but below we have highlighted five of the most surprising.
Read our insight to learn more about the three critical student populations that EAB has identified in the online education market.
To help you and you team respond to and prepare for campus flashpoints, we sat down with our student affairs colleagues to learn about some of the key findings from their latest research.