Scott Richman

Scott Richman

Survey Researcher
Mathematica Policy Research



Scott Richman is a survey researcher at Mathematica Policy Research in Chicago. While a research assistant at the American Institutes for Research in Washington, D.C., Scott Richman worked for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Small School Initiative and the Department of Education’s Adolescent Literacy Program projects. He returned to Northwestern having received an undergraduate degree in sociology and political science at the University in 2004. Richman's research interests revolve around the parental and familial effects on a child’s educational achievement. 

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Year Degree Institution
2012 PhD, Human Development and Social Policy Northwestern University
2009 MA, Human Development and Social Policy Northwestern University
2004 BA, Sociology and Political Science Northwestern Univeristy


Year Title  
2012 Differential Parenting, Differential Pathways: Understanding the Mediators and Effects of Ethnic Variations in Parenting Adobe Acrobat PDF Logo Download Adobe Acrobat PDF

Research Interests

Differences in parenting and other family factors; determinants of parenting behaviors; ethnic and gender disparities in achievement and social development

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