Shanette Porter is the Research Director at the Mindset Scholars Network. Her ongoing lines of research examine the relationships among structural inequality, economic disadvantage, and students' academic and life outcomes. Shanette completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Northwestern University's Institute for Policy Research and the Department of Psychology.
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Who Benefits From Attending Effective Schools?
Examining Heterogeneity in High School Impacts
|Working Paper||Dec 2020|
Linking Social-Emotional Learning to Long-Term Success
Student Survey Responses Show Effects in High School and Beyond
|School Effects on Socio-emotional Development, School-Based Arrests, and Educational Attainment||Working Paper||Feb 2020|
|Do Classroom Environments Matter for Noncognitive Aspects of Student Performance and Students' Course Grades?||Working Paper||Oct 2019|
Suspending Chicago's Students
Differences in Discipline Practices Across Schools
Discipline Practices in Chicago Schools
Trends in the Use of Suspensions and Arrests