University of Chicago
Marshall Jean is a graduate fellow in the Sociology Department of the University of Chicago. He is interested in how structural conditions of schooling affect the individual academic outcomes of students. As an Institute of Education Sciences Pre-Doctoral Fellow, his training has focused on the application of quantitative analysis to primary and secondary education data. His recent research includes the study of how student mobility rates affect the rate of learning growth, the use of surveys of student perceptions in evaluation classroom environments, the effects of homogenous ability grouping and tracking, and the interpretation of value-added test scores.