Jude Schwalbach is a research assistant in The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Education Policy. His research focuses on K-12 education. In particular, Schwalbach looks for ways to reduce the federal footprint in elementary and secondary education and expand educational opportunities for children. His work has been published in the Washington Times and Daily Signal.
Previously, Schwalbach was a Heritage intern in the Center for Education Policy and a Fellow at the John Jay Institute. He also spent two years as a classroom high school teacher at a charter school in Phoenix, Arizona.
Schwalbach graduated from Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, California with a B.A. in Philosophy and Theology. Later he earned his Master’s in Politics at the Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship in Hillsdale, Michigan.
He presently resides in D.C.