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Teacher and Principal Effectiveness
Access to high quality educators is critical to the future of American children and to the economic success of our nation. We study private and public efforts to improve the effectiveness of teachers and principals in our nation's schools, helping decision makers understand what works and why.
A Research Synthesis of the Role of Assistant Principals and Pathways to the Principalship
The Wallace Foundation commissioned three literature syntheses on topics related to school leadership. Mathematica is working with Vanderbilt University on a synthesis focused on the topic of assistant principals (APs). The synthesis aims to address two key questions.
Improving Educator Effectiveness Through Partnerships and Collaboration
Large investments of federal money have been flowing to states and districts through Title II to help develop effective teachers and school leaders.
Brian Gill studies K–12 education policy, including charter schools, educator effectiveness, and the implementation and impacts of high-stakes testing and other accountability regimes.Featured ProjectsFeatured Publications
- Changes in HBCU Financial Aid and Student Enrollment After the Tightening of PLUS Credit Standards
- The Atlanta Public Schools Turnaround Strategy After One Year: High Impact Tutoring and the Purpose Built Schools Partnership
- School Choice and Charters
- School Reform
- Teacher and Principal Effectiveness
- Human Services