Danny Huang

Danny Huang
Research Associate,
Policy Analysis for California Education

Danny Shih-Cheng Huang was research associate for PACE and is currently executive vice president of analytics for FEVO. He was formerly vice president of research and analytics for Ticketmaster; senior analyst and programmer for the Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); and senior statistician for UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior (previously the Neuropsychiatric Institute). Huang received his MS in industrial/organizational psychology from California State University–San Bernardino and his PhD in education from Stanford Graduate School of Education.

updated 2003

Publications by Danny Huang
Which Families to Serve First? Who Will Respond?
Several states are extending access to preschool for a widening range of families. Georgia has made dramatic progress toward providing preschool slots for all three and four year old children. Illinois, New Jersey, and New York have taken steps to…
Which Families Use Subsidies and Home-Based or Center Care?
Public spending on childcare and preschool has grown dramatically in recent years, rising nationwide from $6.8 to $14.3 billion between 1995 and 2000. In California, the childcare and early education budget has almost quadrupled, from $800 million…