A new report looks at whether low-income students are taught by less effective teachers than high-income students in 26 districts. » More info
This evaluation report examines how Race to the Top was implemented and its relationship to student achievement. » More info
A new report examines the accuracy of four test-based measures of principal performance and finds little evidence that test-based performance systems accurately predict principals' future contributions to student achievement. » More info
This evaluation report examines the impact of providing elementary school teachers with content-focused math professional development on their knowledge, instruction, and students' achievement. » More info
A new report looks at the implementation and impacts in schools who offered pay-for-performance as part of their 2010 Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grants. » More info
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