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Min-Kyung Park provides research and support in measurement and evaluation. Her substantive research areas of interest are achievement motivation, self-regulation, higher education, and workforce development.
Park currently serves as the methodologist for several research and evaluation initiatives examining early learning programs, including the Dream Save Do Evaluation, which is studying the effectiveness of a financial literacy program for preschool children and their parents in Asia and Latin America. She serves in a similar role for the PBS Ready to Learn initiative, which looks at the effectiveness of media initiatives to improve the science and literacy early learning outcomes of children in low-income communities.
Before joining EDC, Park served as evaluator for two projects funded by U.S. Department of Labor’s Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant program, that focused on developing a sector-based workforce development program. She is a former vocational rehabilitation counselor with the Institute for Career Development.
Park received a BA in Social Work from New York University and a PhD in Psychometrics and Quantitative Psychology from Fordham University.