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August 02, 2011

States Struggle With Linking Teacher-Student Data

States are working to make teacher-student data links more meaningful to teachers.

May 26, 2011

UPDATE: Can a Class of 7th Graders Give Teachers Stress?

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.

March 15, 2011

Teach For America Spurs 20 Years of Research, Debate

As Teach for America celebrates its 20-year anniversary, the group's federal expansion grant may provide an opportunity to prove its role in improving education in high-need communities.

September 27, 2010

ED Sweetens the Deal for Evaluating Teacher Incentive Fund

The Education Department is relaxing inclusion rules and increasing incentives for schools willing to participate in its upcoming national evaluation of the Teacher Incentive Fund.

September 14, 2010

How Much Will Longitudinal Data Improve Instruction?

Experts at the fall policy meeting of the American Educational Research Association's Organization of Institutional Affiliates this week voiced concerns that educators won't be able to use state data to improve instruction.

September 01, 2010

Analysis Questions Staffing System Effectiveness

Teacher Beat blogger Steve Sawchuk digs into a report on teacher hiring and transfer systems.

August 20, 2010

Incoming Dean Ponders the Research-Teacher Intersection

Top education research author Michael Feuer ponders the role of research in teaching and teacher education. Meanwhile, Wisconsin sociologist Robert Hauser steps in to lead National Academies' education division.

July 28, 2010

What's a Good Teacher Worth? Try $320,000, Says New Study

A New York Times article on a study examining the long-term benefits of good teaching in the early grades is stirring up the blogosphere.

June 02, 2010

Principals Tend to Pick the Best Teachers, a Study Finds

A study of 81,000 New York City teachers offers new insights on which teachers apply for transfer and which ones get hired.

September 02, 2009

Study Identifies Positive 'Peer Effects' in Teaching

When a stellar teacher comes on board, student achievement rises for an entire grade of students, according to a new, first-of-a-kind study of North Carolina schoolchildren.

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