Elizabeth Huffaker (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Graduate Research Assistant at the National Student Support Accelerator at Stanford University. She is a doctoral candidate in the Economics of Education and Education Policy at the Stanford Graduate School of Education and the recipient of an Institute of Education Sciences Predoctoral Training Fellowship as well as a Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science and Engineering. Her research interests include high school math policies, the implementation of curricular reforms, and patterns of academic stratification in secondary education. She primarily uses quantitative methods to study research questions relevant to K-12 policy and practice.
Elizabeth holds an MA in Economics from Stanford University, an MA in Education Policy from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a BA in Philosophy and Mathematical Economic Analysis from Rice University. Elizabeth also spent four years as a high school math teacher in Houston, TX.