Huang is a technical research analyst in MDRC’s K-12 Education Policy Area where she conducts quantitative data analysis. She holds a MA in economics and education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a BA in economics from Boston College. Before joining MDRC, Huang worked as a paraprofessional in a self-contained kindergarten classroom.
ProjectsJean Grossman, Shira Kolnik Mattera, Barbara Condliffe, Dina A. R. Israel, Jedediah J. Teres, Hannah Dalporto, Sonia Drohojowska, Lauren Scarola, Frieda Molina, Rebecca Schwartz, Mei Huang, Rebecca Davis, Julia Walsh
The pandemic has led to unfinished learning for a broad swath of students. This unfinished learning has also exacerbated existing disparities in student outcomes by race and ethnicity, income, and geography. Research has shown that high-dosage tutoring is the most effective way for improving learning for many students. But high-dosage tutoring is cost- and resource-...