As a key thought partner for institutional leaders, Clint Raine is responsible for leading strategic and customized engagement for colleges and institutions with varying priorities across the student lifecycle. Clint’s research primarily focuses on academic program assessment and innovation, including the non-credential market, online and hybrid modalities, programming needs and preferences among adult students, and academic program challenges facing institutions in rural communities.
While completing his EdM in higher education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Clint supported the Eduventures Research Team as a graduate student intern. Prior to graduate school, Clint was a Professional Staff Member and Congressional Fellow with the U.S. House Committee for Education and the Workforce where he helped conduct oversight initiatives and research across a wide-range of education policy issues. He is an alumnus of Teach for America, where he taught English as a Second Language to high school students in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to his master’s degree, Clint holds a BA degree in History from the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.