Wendy Chan

Assistant Professor

Human Development and Quantitative Methods Division

Statistical methods to improve generalizations in education; Multilevel modeling and experimental design; Propensity score methods for generalization; Small area estimation

Wendy Chan is an expert on educational statistics. She seeks to improve statistical models and analysis so research can better inform policy and practice. Her work tries to unpack the intellectual and statistical challenges of generalizing the results of localized randomized trials to larger populations. She began her career in education as a member of Teach for America, where she taught sixth- and eighth-grade mathematics in a large middle school in New York City.