Academic coordinator - Optimal management of professional development and training in the education system
Academic coordinator at the
Initiative for Applied Education Research, a unit of the Israel Academy of
Sciences. In her position, she is the coordinator for the 'Optimal Management
of Professional Development and Training in the Education System' committee.
She worked previously as an attorney in several positions at the Ministry of
Justice, including as assistant to the attorney general and as an attorney in
the Jerusalem District Attorney’s office. She had also served as a research
assistant and teaching assistant in the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University
Mrs. Parzanchevski Amir holds a
Bachelor’s degree in law and psychology, received in 2005, and a Master’s
degree in public and international law, received in 2009, both from the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem. She also holds a Master's degree in public policy from
the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University in the
US, received in 2016.
(Updated until 2017)