Type: Public event

How do schools respond to differences in teacher effectiveness?

Date & time

Dec 5, 2012, 4:00-5:30 pm EST


Weill Hall

Teachers are the most important in-school contributors to student achievement, but there is widespread concern that the rigidities of the public school system make it unresponsive to teacher quality. In this lecture Dr. Chingos will discuss three studies of how schools respond to differences in teacher effectiveness (as measured by value-added to student achievement), all of which are based on administrative data from the state of Florida. Mathew Chingos, Fellow, Brookings Institution Matthew M.

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