Janelle Scott

Scott ’91 is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education and African American Studies Department. She studies the racial politics of public education, the politics of school choice, and the role of the private sector in shaping public education. Her current research examines the relationship between philanthropy and school choice policy in urban communities. She is a 2008–09 National Academy of Education-Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and the editor of School Choice and Diversity: What the Evidence Says (2005, Teachers College Press).