Niu Gao is a research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California, specializing in K–12 education. Her areas of interest include accountability and the teacher labor market, with recent work on funding for K–12 education, digital learning in K–12 schools, and STEM education. Prior to joining PPIC, she worked as a quantitative policy analyst at Stanford. She holds a PhD in educational policy and an MS in economics from Florida State University.
California’s Future January 2018
California’s Future: K-12 Education January 2018
California’s High School Graduation Requirements November 2017
Improving College Pathways in California November 2017
Math Placement in California’s Public Schools November 2016
Digital Learning in California’s K-12 Schools January 2015