Chung To Leung is a Research Associate at the Annenberg Institute’s National Student Support Accelerator program. His research interests include the relationship between income inequality and educational attainment, the effects of non-academic school policies such as start times and meal programs on student outcomes, and practices for improving LGBTQIA+ and refugee student inclusion in data collection as well school settings. Prior to joining the Accelerator team, he was a Research Strategist with the Elk Grove Unified School District in California, where he oversaw data collection and analysis for social-emotional learning and school climate, researched trends in post-secondary outcomes and college match, and produced metrics for the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan. Chung holds an MA in Education Policy from the Stanford University Graduate School of Education and a BA in Economics from University of California, Berkeley. He has also served as an instructor for Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth, an instructional aide and student advisor at the TRIO Upward Bound program at Canada College, and a substitute teacher in various school districts across the Bay Area.