Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy
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Tiedan Huang is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at the Graduate School of Education, Fordham University. Huang earned her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Master’s in Instructional Design and Development from Lehigh University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of International Relations, Beijing, China.
Prior to her career at Fordham, she worked as an instructional designer and research associate at Lehigh University and Temple University. Huang's current research focuses on principal time use, school climate, and the workforce in K-12 schools. Her work also considers the influence of social, cultural, and political contexts on leadership practices and student achievement. Huang's methodological expertise lies in research methodology (e.g., educational intervention design and program evaluation) and high-level statistical modeling. She also has rich experience working with large-scale national and international datasets in education.