Susana Claro

Susana Claro
Susana Claro
Assistant Professor ,
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Susana Claro is an assistant professor in the School of Government at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and the co-founder of Enseña Chile, which is modeled on Teach for America. Her research focus is the inequality of opportunities among students in the school stage, teachers, motivation, and socio-emotional skills. She holds a Ph.D. in the economics of education from Stanford University.


Publications by Susana Claro
Prior work has shown that levels of self-reported student social-emotional learning (SEL) predict student achievement levels—as well as student achievement gains—but little has been done to understand if within-student changes in student reports of…
Evidence from California’s CORE School Districts
While the importance of social-emotional learning for student success is well established, educators and researchers have less knowledge and agreement about which social-emotional skills are most important for students and how these skills…
Evidence from California’s CORE Districts
Existing research on self-management skills shows that measures of self- management predict student success. However, these conclusions are based on small samples or narrowly defined self-management measures. Using a rich longitudinal dataset of 221…