Education Development Center, Washington, DC and Newton, MA
• Consultant to USAID-funded Core Education Support for Liberian Youth (CESLY) out-of-school youth and adult nonformal education project in Liberia, September, 2009 – Present
• Consultant to USAID EQUIP 3 out-of-school youth planning project in Afghanistan, 2010
• Project Manager of USAID-funded Bangladesh youth employment and training pilot November 2008 – September 2010
• Consultant to USAID-funded national out-of-school youth project in Haiti to help the Ministry of Education develop a nonformal education policy, 2008 – 2009
• Consultant to USAID-funded project in Northern Cyprus to develop vocational education curriculum for middle schools and vocational high schools February – June, 2007.
• Consultant to assessment team for a Philippines-based USAID EQUIP3-funded education and economic development project March 2006
• Advisor on USDOE-funded National Technology Portal project March – November 2003
• Consultant on USDOE-funded Community Technology Centers National Technical Assistance Project June – August 2003
He now lives and works in Portland, OR, which is exciting to me as I could potentially interview him, the way I met with other professionals while writing my ISearch paper. He works mainly as a consultant to dozens of government agencies on education.
The author of the article I selected, is Edgar R. Haulard. Mr. Haulard is an instructor of Adult Basic and Secondary Education and a GED teacher at Hunt Correctional Center in St. Gabriel, LA, and is doing the job I hope to be doing one day. I was not able to find any additional information about him, but I do believe he is an expert in his field as much as the Dr. above because he works in the classroom, teaching adults basic education.