Testing, Stress, and Performance: How Students Respond Physiologically to High-Stakes Testing. Jennifer A. Heissel, Emma K. Adam, Jennifer L. Doleac, David N. Figlio, Jonathan Meer
Too Little or Too Much? Actionable Advice in an Early-Childhood Text Messaging Experiment. Kalena E. Cortes, Hans Fricke, Susanna Loeb, David S. Song, Benjamin N. York
Enacting the Rubric: Teacher Improvements in Windows of High-Stakes Observation. Aaron R. Phipps, Emily A. Wiseman
Is Effective Teacher Evaluation Sustainable? Evidence from District of Columbia Public Schools. Thomas S. Dee, Jessalynn James, Jim Wyckoff
Principal Evaluation under the Elementary and Secondary Every Student Succeeds Act: A Comprehensive Policy Review. Morgaen Donaldson, Madeline Mavrogordato, Shaun M. Dougherty, Reem Al Ghanem, Peter Youngs
The Association for Education Finance & Policy will host a series of networking events throughout the fall and spring. In an attempt to foster meaningful connections, we have organized sessions based on topical area. While not required, we encourage you to RSVP beforehand to help us develop group breakouts before the event.
Recent events have shone a spotlight on racial violence, police brutality, and the deep systemic issues that enable injustice and cruelty against people of color. Protests are calling not only for justice in individual cases, but for total reform of systems built on centuries of racism and inequality. For real change to occur, it is essential to consult the corpus of evidence-based scholarship on race, history, and public policy to help chart a path toward an anti-racist future.
The following articles were selected by the MIT Press Journals’ editorial offices as works that offer valuable perspectives on various aspects of systemic racism and racial violence.
The Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) mission statement holds that the organization’s purpose is to understand the “means by which resources are generated, distributed and used to enhance human learning,” and that this endeavor is supported by “responsible public and professional deliberation and debate.”
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- Education Policy Innovation Collaborative at Michigan State University
- Education Research Alliance for New Orleans - Tulane University
- Edunomics Lab – Georgetown University
- Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
- National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice (REACH)
- Picus Odden and Associates
- RAND Corporation