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Strunk, Katharine O.; Goldhaber, Dan; Knight, David S.; Brown, Nate – National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER), 2018
Few studies examine employee responses to layoff-induced unemployment risk; none that we know of quantify the impact of job "insecurity" on individual employee productivity. Using data from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Washington State during the Great Recession, we provide the first evidence about the impact of…
Descriptors: Job Layoff, Teacher Effectiveness, Productivity, Job Security
Darling-Hammond, Linda; Goldhaber, Dan; Strunk, Katherine O.; Sutcher, Leib – Policy Analysis for California Education, PACE, 2018
California is experiencing one of its most severe teacher shortages in two decades. Budget cuts and layoffs resulting from the recession contributed to a steep decline in the number of teachers in California, falling from a high of 310,362 teachers in the 2007-08 school year to 283,836 four years later. Recent efforts, including Proposition 30 and…
Descriptors: Teacher Supply and Demand, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Public School Teachers
Goldhaber, Dan; Strunk, Katherine O.; Brown, Nate; Chambers, Andrea; Naito, Natsumi; Wolff, Malcolm – Policy Analysis for California Education, PACE, 2018
California, like many states, is experiencing significant challenges with teacher staffing. Numerous headlines over the last few years highlight the difficulties that the state faces in developing, recruiting, and, ultimately, hiring enough teachers (Blume, 2016; Apodaca, 2017; Calefati, 2017; Carver-Thomas & Darling-Hammond, 2017; Times…
Descriptors: Teacher Supply and Demand, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Public School Teachers
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Goldhaber, Dan; Bignell, Wes; Farley, Amy; Walch, Joe; Cowan, James – Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2016
We report on research examining the revealed preferences of teachers in Denver Public Schools who were given the opportunity to select between remaining on a traditional salary schedule and opting into one of the nation's high-profile pay reform systems, Denver's Professional Compensation System for Teachers. The incentive structure creates…
Descriptors: Incentives, Merit Pay, Teacher Salaries, Public School Teachers
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Krieg, John M.; Theobald, Roddy; Goldhaber, Dan – Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2016
We use data from Washington State to examine two stages of the teacher pipeline: the placement of prospective teachers into student teaching assignments and the hiring of prospective teachers into their first teaching positions. We find that prospective teachers are likely to complete their student teaching near their college and hometowns but…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Student Teachers, Teacher Placement, Preservice Teachers
Goldhaber, Dan; Cowan, James; Theobald, Roddy – Center for Education Data & Research, 2016
We use longitudinal data from Washington State to provide estimates of the extent to which performance on the edTPA, a performance-based, subject-specific assessment of teacher candidates, is predictive of the likelihood of employment in the teacher workforce and value-added measures of teacher effectiveness. While edTPA scores are highly…
Descriptors: Portfolio Assessment, Performance Based Assessment, Preservice Teachers, Predictive Validity
Goldhaber, Dan; Startz, Richard – Center for Education Data & Research, 2016
It is common to assume that worker productivity is normally distributed, but this assumption is rarely if ever tested. We estimate the distribution of worker productivity where individual productivity is measured with error, using the productivity of elementary school teachers as an example. Proposals to improve teacher productivity often focus on…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Academic Achievement, Productivity, Computation
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Goldhaber, Dan; Grout, Cyrus – Education Finance and Policy, 2016
This paper examines the savings behavior of public school teachers who are enrolled in a hybrid pension plan that includes a defined contribution (DC) component. Few states have incorporated DC features into teacher pension systems and little is known about how providing teachers with greater control over deferred compensation might affect their…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, Money Management, Teacher Salaries, Age Differences
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Goldhaber, Dan; Grout, Cyrus; Huntington-Klein, Nick – Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2015
It is well documented that teachers can have profound effects on student outcomes. Empirical estimates find that a one standard deviation increase in teacher quality raises student test achievement by 10 to 25 percent of a standard deviation. More recent evidence shows that the effectiveness of teachers can affect long-term student outcomes, such…
Descriptors: Predictive Validity, Teacher Selection, Selection Tools, Scoring Rubrics
Cowan, James; Goldhaber, Dan – Center for Education Data & Research, 2015
We study the effectiveness of teachers certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) in Washington State, which has one of the largest populations of National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) in the nation. Based on value-added models in math and reading, we find that NBPTS certified teachers are about 0.01-0.05…
Descriptors: National Standards, Alternative Teacher Certification, Teacher Effectiveness, Mathematics Achievement
Krieg, John; Theobald, Roddy; Goldhaber, Dan – Center for Education Data & Research, 2015
We use data from Washington State to examine two distinct stages of the teacher pipeline: the placement of prospective teachers in student teaching assignments; and the hiring of prospective teachers into their first teaching positions. We find that prospective teachers are likely to complete their student teaching near their college and…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Teacher Placement, Preservice Teachers, Geographic Location
Goldhaber, Dan; Grout, Cyrus; Holden, Kristian; Brown, Nate – Center for Education Data & Research, 2015
Barriers to the cross-state mobility of the teacher workforce can have undesirable effects on the teacher workforce and student outcomes. While a large literature addresses issues related to within-state mobility, very little is known about patterns of cross-state mobility. This paper addresses that research gap. We describe features of Oregon's…
Descriptors: Faculty Mobility, Barriers, Labor Market, Teacher Certification
Goldhaber, Dan; Theobald, Roddy; Tien, Christopher – Center for Education Data & Research, 2015
Concerns about the (lack of) diversity of the U.S. teacher workforce--and, in particular, the mismatch between the demographics of the teacher workforce and the nation's students--are not new. Recruitment of minorities into teaching has long been a policy goal, particularly in districts with large percentages of minority students (Dometrius &…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), Minority Group Teachers, Teacher Recruitment, Public School Teachers
Goldhaber, Dan; Cowan, James; Theobald, Roddy – Center for Education Data & Research, 2016
We use longitudinal data from Washington State to provide estimates of the extent to which performance on the edTPA, a performance-based, subject-specific assessment of teacher candidates, is predictive of the likelihood of employment in the teacher workforce and value-added measures of teacher effectiveness. While edTPA scores are highly…
Descriptors: Portfolio Assessment, Performance Based Assessment, Preservice Teachers, Predictive Validity
Goldhaber, Dan; Quince, Vanessa; Theobald, Roddy – National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER), 2016
There is mounting evidence of substantial "teacher quality gaps" (TQGs) between advantaged and disadvantaged students, but practically no empirical evidence about their history. We use longitudinal data on public school students, teachers, and schools from two states--North Carolina and Washington--to provide a descriptive history of the…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Longitudinal Studies, Public Schools, Educational History
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