Lauren Lannuccilli

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Lauren Lannuccilli

2016 NACSA Leader

Manager of Accountability, School District of Philadelphia

Lauren Iannuccilli is currently the Manager of Accountability in the Charter Schools Office at the School District of Philadelphia. In this role, she leads the comprehensive charter renewal review process, which includes reviewing renewal applications, conducting site visit focus groups and classroom observations, drafting renewal recommendation reports, and defending renewal recommendations.

Prior to returning to the School District of Philadelphia where she previously taught middle school, Lauren was the Research Analyst/Data Manager at the Philadelphia Education Fund, where she led the organization’s program evaluation efforts and executed a research study on teacher networks.  She also has research and policy experience working at the U.S. Department of Education and D.C. Public Schools.

Lauren earned a master’s degree in public policy from the George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and honors from Villanova University.


Most Recent Posts
NACSA’s Four Recommendations for Improving the Charter School Program (CSP) State Entity Grant
The Charter Schools Program (CSP) is one of the few levers the federal government plays in charter schooling around the country. To date, the program has put more than $5...
NACSA Names Courtney Hughley as Vice President of Communications
Karega Rausch, president and CEO of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA), announced today that Courtney Hughley joins NACSA as vice president of communications.  “I’m honored to join...
Read it in the Washington Post: Without Communities
Some important, really important, stakeholders are notably absent from a piece on the history of charter schools in Wednesday’s Washington Post. The author places teacher unions in opposition to education reformers and policymakers...