CEDR Publications: Accountability & School Reform Initiatives



Gross, B., Booker, K., & Goldhaber, D. (2009). Boosting Student Achievement? Testing the Impact of Comprehensive School Reform in Texas. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 31(2), 111-126.pdf

Goldhaber, D., Player, D., DeArmond, M., & Choi, H. (2008). Why Do So Few Public School Districts Use Merit Pay?. Journal of Education Finance, 33(3), 262-289. pdf

Vernez, G. & Goldhaber, D. (2006). Process of Selection and Implementation of Comprehensive School Reform Models. In D. Aladjem & K. Borman (Ed.), Examining Comprehensive School Reform (pp. 179-218). Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Hannaway, J. (2004). Accountability with a Kicker: Preliminary Observations on the Florida A+ Accountability Plan. Phi Delta Kappan, 85(8), 598-605.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Callahan, K. (2001). Impact of the Basic Education Program on Educational Spending and Equity in Tennessee. Journal of Education Finance, 26(4), 415-435. external hyperlink



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Featured Research

Assessing the Potential of Using Value-Added Estimates of Teacher Job Performance for Making Tenure Decisions

Dan Goldhaber & Michael Hansen
This research brief presents selected findings from work examining the stability of value-added model estimates of teacher effectiveness, focusing on their implication for tenure policies.

Making Connections for Youth in Washington State: The Role of Data in Developing Sound Public Policy

Dan Goldhaber
This paper discusses the need for adequate, carefully structured data in order to make any broad-based, student-outcome-related judgments about interventions related to teachers.