Large investments of federal money have been flowing to states and districts through Title II to help develop effective teachers and school leaders.
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Improving Educator Effectiveness Through Partnerships and CollaborationApr 26, 2019
KIPP: Preparing Youth for CollegeAug 18, 2017
Mathematica built on its initial study of KIPP middle schools with this five-year project, designed to address the question of whether KIPP can maintain its effectiveness as the network grows. The study included an impact analysis, an implementation analysis, and a correlational analysis.
Charleston County School District Multi-Dimensional Educator Evaluation Framework and Educator Effectiveness Rating SystemMay 12, 2016
Mathematica is designing evaluation models for both teachers and school administrators, designing and producing value-added models, and providing technical and analytic assistance.
Value-Added Assessment System for DC Schools and TeachersMay 11, 2016
We designed value-added models to measure teacher and school effectiveness and have produced annual estimates of educators’ contributions to achievement in grades 4-8 since the 2008-2009 school year. These estimates are combined with other measures of educator effectiveness in DCPS’s IMPACT system.
Analytic and Technical Support for Education Researchers and PractitionersFeb 18, 2016
Mathematica provides analytic and technical support for the Regional Educational Laboratories as well as the general education community to systematically assess and create materials and training to advance education research and share best practices.
Rapid-Cycle Tech Evaluations Accelerate DecisionmakingDec 08, 2015
This project involves developing, field testing, and disseminating easy-to-use evaluation resources, via a web-based, interactive toolkit, to expedite low-cost, quick-turnaround evaluations using rapid-cycle evaluation approaches.