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ABCTE Teachers in Florida and Their Effect on Student Performance

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  • Christina Clark Tuttle
  • Tara Anderson
  • Steven Glazerman

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Do alternatively certified teachers produce student achievement gains on par with other teachers? This study used propensity score matching to identify a comparison group of teachers in Florida to address this question for the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence (ABCTE).

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  • Christina Clark Tuttle & Tara Anderson & Steven Glazerman, "undated". "ABCTE Teachers in Florida and Their Effect on Student Performance," Mathematica Policy Research Reports bbf7856707e44bb79be7599a2, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:bbf7856707e44bb79be7599a2914c4ee
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    ABCTE Teachers ; Florida ; Student Performance;

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