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Options for Studying Teacher Pay Reform Using Natural Experiments


  • Steven Glazerman
  • Tim Silva
  • Nii Addy
  • Sarah Avellar
  • Jeffrey Max
  • Allison McKie
  • Brenda Natzke
  • Michael Puma
  • Patrick Wolf
  • Rachel Ungerer Greszler


Paying teachers for their performance rather than solely on experience and education is not a new idea, but it is gaining traction in today's climate of educational accountability.

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  • Steven Glazerman & Tim Silva & Nii Addy & Sarah Avellar & Jeffrey Max & Allison McKie & Brenda Natzke & Michael Puma & Patrick Wolf & Rachel Ungerer Greszler, "undated". "Options for Studying Teacher Pay Reform Using Natural Experiments," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a8a2eb832b494266bf4ecee19, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:a8a2eb832b494266bf4ecee190ae7c68

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    1. Tobias J.L., 2004. "Assessing Assessments of School Performance: The Case of California," The American Statistician, American Statistical Association, vol. 58, pages 55-63, February.
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    1. Matthew G. Springer & Dale Ballou & Art (Xiao) Peng, 2014. "Estimated Effect of the Teacher Advancement Program on Student Test Score Gains," Education Finance and Policy, MIT Press, vol. 9(2), pages 193-230, March.
    2. Michael J. Podgursky & Matthew G. Springer, 2007. "Teacher performance pay: A review," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 26(4), pages 909-950.

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