Allan Taing, Ph.D.

Senior Manager, Research & Impact Analysis
Areas of Focus:
Exploratory Data Analytics
Internal Impact Measurement & Analysis
Program and Policy Updates and Evaluations
Allan Taing, Ph.D., serves as the Senior Manager of Research and Impact Analysis at the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence. In this role, Dr. Taing provides research, data analysis, program evaluation, data visualization, and database management support for the Instruction, Improvement, and Impact Analysis initiatives of CCEE. He leads cycles of data-based inquiry and manages ongoing project development, evaluation, progress monitoring, and implementation activities.

Prior to joining the CCEE, Dr. Taing was on the faculty in the College of Education at California State University, Long Beach. There, he taught graduate-level courses for master’s and doctoral students, including TK-12 teachers, principals, and other school site administrators in the educational leadership doctorate program. He taught a wide range of topics, including research methods, statistics, program evaluation, survey design, strategic planning, and institutional effectiveness.

Dr. Taing has also served as a project director leading large-scale mixed-methods program evaluations for TK-12 and higher education initiatives funded by the U.S. Department of Education, National Science Foundation, and National Institutes of Health. Prior professional experiences also include roles as an institutional research analyst, academic counselor, and public information officer.

Dr. Taing earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree in educational psychology with a specialization in quantitative methods at the University of California, Riverside.