CEDR Publications: Teacher Quality/Effectiveness (Value-Added Models)

Goldhaber, D., Gross, B., & Player, D. (2010). Teacher Career Paths, Teacher Quality, and Persistence in the Classroom: Are Public Schools Keeping Their Best?. CEDR Working Paper 2010-2. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.pdf

Goldhaber, D. (2010). Licensure Tests: Their Use and Value for Increasing Teacher Quality. In M. Kennedy (Ed.), Teacher Assessment and the Quest for Teacher Quality: A Handbook (pp.133-147). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.external hyperlink

Goldhaber D. & Hansen, M. (2010). Using Performance on the Job to Inform Teacher Tenure Decisions. American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 100(2), 250-255.external hyperlink

Sharkey, N., & Goldhaber, D. (2008). Teacher Certification Status and Student Achievement: Lessons from Private Schools. Economics of Education Review, 27(5), 504-516.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (2007). Everyone's Doing It, But What Does Teacher Testing Tell Us About Teacher Effectiveness?. Journal of Human Resources, 42(4), 765-794.pdf

Goldhaber, D. & Anthony, E. (2007). Can Teacher Quality be Effectively Assessed? National Board Certification as a Signal of Effective Teaching. Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(1), 134-150.pdf

Goldhaber, D. (2006, December). More Different Than Alike: Variation in Teacher Quality and a Call for Teacher Workforce Policies. Prepared for the National Education Association's Visiting Scholar Series.

DeArmond, M. & Goldhaber, D. (2005). The Back Office: The Neglected Side of Teacher Quality. Education Week, 24(22), 31-32.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (2002). The Mystery of Good Teaching. Education Next, 2(1), 50-55.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Brewer, D. (1999). Teacher Licensing and Student Achievement. In M. Kanstoroom & C. E. Finn, Jr (Ed.), Better Teachers, Better Schools (pp. 83-102). Washington, DC: The Thomas B. Fordham Foundation.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D., Brewer, D., & Anderson, D. (1999). A Three-Way Error Components Analysis of Educational Productivity. Education Economics, 7(3), 199-208.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Brewer, D. (1997). Why Don't Schools and Teachers Seem to Matter? Assessing the Impact of Unobservables on Educational Productivity. Journal of Human Resources, 32(3), 505-523.external hyperlink