As a Research Associate with the Regional Educational Laboratory West (REL West) at WestEd, Min Huang performs quantitative research to improve the practice and policy of education.
Huang focuses on policy and program evaluation, data management, applied statistics, and research methodology. His research interests include studying the phenomena in student college readiness and English learners, and how to improve student outcomes.
Huang is working in several research alliances to help state and district agencies understand the math course-taking trajectory in middle grades and high school; rigorous course completion in high school; and progress and achievement of English learners.
He co-authored numerous reports published and disseminated nationwide to education stakeholders, including administrators and policy analysts.
Prior to joining WestEd in 2007, Huang worked on health-related research and worked in an education institute in China.
He received a BE in marine navigation from Dalian Maritime University in Dalian, China, and an MPH in biostatistics from State University of New York at Albany.