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Hector Biaggi

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Hector Biaggi

Senior P-12 Analyst, Data & Analytics

Hector Biaggi is the senior analyst on the P-12 data and analytics team. In his role, Hector helps analyze and conduct research to make sure Ed Trust is effective and concise in its mission to close the opportunity gaps that disproportionately affect students of color and students from low-income backgrounds.

Prior to joining Ed Trust, Hector worked within the New York City public school system in various roles pertaining to data analysis. Most recently, he worked in the Bronx as a data and assessment manager for Amber Charter School Kingsbridge, where he oversaw the school’s student information system and held regular professional development meetings to help teachers understand their class grades through the lens of data to improve their own instruction. Before that, Hector worked with NYC Outward Bound Schools in their main office, overseeing research projects on college readiness and persistence, and putting together annual reports on the academic achievement of the network’s member schools.

Born in Miami, Hector holds a master’s degree in Applied Quantitative Research from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Education from Skidmore College.

Favorite Sports Team
The Rojo Rollers

What’s your favorite thing to do outside of work?
When introverted, reading and video games. When extroverted, dancing and karaoke.

What drew you to education?
I always knew I wanted to work in education, but what cemented it for me was my work on my undergraduate thesis. When crunching the numbers, education was one of the sole variables positively associated with positive indicators of success (e.g., higher income, stronger interpersonal relationships, more self-awareness, etc.) and negatively associated with negative indicators (e.g., likelihood of incarceration, drug abuse, low life satisfaction, etc.). When thinking about what mission I would like to work for, education was the obvious answer.

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