Novice teachers with persistence or "grit" are more likely to be effective and less likely to quit midyear, according to a new study.
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Kindergartners whose teachers were trained by the i3-granted-funded Children's Literacy Initiative scored higher on early literacy assessments.
February 28, 2014
A pair of studies on teacher job searches find that teachers' perceptions of neighborhood and district locations guide their decisions during job searches.
November 25, 2013
Video and other materials from the Gates-funded Measures of Effective Teaching study will be opened to researchers for additional studies next year.
November 18, 2013
As teacher preparation programs come under increasing pressure to track the effectiveness of their graduates, a new report by the Data Quality Campaign finds that fewer than half of states provide annual data on teacher performance to colleges of education.
July 18, 2012
Novice teachers disproportionately get assigned lower-performing students, and districts often do not work to retain the most effective newcomers, according to new analyses by Harvard University's Strategic Data Project.
April 15, 2012
The most and least effective teachers aren't that far apart in standard teacher competency tests, but the massive Measures of Effective Teaching Project is finding that differences are in the details of classroom practice—and the students can help spot them.
August 02, 2011
States are working to make teacher-student data links more meaningful to teachers.
July 20, 2011
A new study by the RAND Corp. put the final nail in the coffin of New York City's teacher performance-pay program.
May 26, 2011
A $1.6 million study to be launched this fall by the Institute of Education Sciences aims to gauge the effect of significant job stress on middle school teachers' performance and interaction with students.