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Victoria Yuen is a policy analyst for Postsecondary Education at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress, Yuen interned at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities for the State Fiscal Project, where she worked on state fiscal policy issues to benefit low-income households. While in graduate school, Yuen was a research assistant for the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, where she studied the impact of Teach For America teachers in the Indianapolis public school system.

Yuen received her Bachelor of Science in nonprofit management and her Master of Public Affairs in policy analysis, public finance, and information systems from Indiana University.

By Victoria Yuen
American Rescue Plan Could Help Prevent State Public Higher Education CutsCenter for American ProgressMarch 10, 2021
The $78 Billion Reason Why Community Colleges Need America’s AttentionCenter for American ProgressNovember 16, 2020
The $78 Billion Community College Funding ShortfallCenter for American ProgressOctober 7, 2020
Mounting Peril for Public Higher Education During the Coronavirus PandemicCenter for American ProgressJune 11, 2020
Trump’s Latest Budget Proposal Would Deepen the Student Debt CrisisCenter for American ProgressFebruary 10, 2020
Restoring the Promise of Higher EducationCenter for American ProgressOctober 16, 2019
What Graduation Rates Have Missed for Community College StudentsCenter for American ProgressOctober 10, 2019
To Begin Solving Student Debt, the Education Department Must Factor In Race and EthnicityCenter for American ProgressJune 18, 2019
New Insights Into Attainment for Low-Income StudentsCenter for American ProgressFebruary 21, 2019
Fact Sheet: Modeling a One-time FAFSACenter for American ProgressNovember 26, 2018
4 Ways Secretary DeVos’ Proposed Title IX Rule Will Fail Survivors of Campus Sexual AssaultCenter for American ProgressNovember 16, 2018