Ying Zhao is a newsroom engineer for The San Francisco Chronicle and the Hearst Newspapers' central interactives team (DevHub). She previously worked for KQED in San Francisco, collecting and analyzing police misconduct data, and Hearst Magazines China, where she was a features editor. Zhao is a graduate of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, where she focused on data journalism and writing. She is also a graduate of the Lede data journalism program at Columbia University in New York. Her primary coding language is Python, but R is her first love.
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Story recipe: U.S. schools restrain and seclude students thousands of times per school day—how often where you live?
Here’s how to find the data and explore it, plus questions to ask in reporting the story for your communityPosted on
Where to find the data, how to explore it, and questions to ask to report the story for your community.