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School accountability and teacher mobility

Li Feng

School accountability and teacher mobility

by Li Feng

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLi Feng, David N. Figlio, Tim Sass
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16070, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16070.
ContributionsFiglio, David N., Sass, Tim Roger, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24545187M
LC Control Number2010655863

School Accountability and Principal Mobility: How No Child Left Behind A ects the Allocation of School Leaders Danielle Liy This draft: October 16, Abstract The move toward increased school accountability may substantially a ect the career risks that school leaders face without providing commensurate changes in pay. Since e ective schoolCited by: 7. Primary school accountability measures There continues to be a range of forms of accountability in place for primary schools, including published data and school inspection. performance tables The headline measures, which will appear in the performance tables in December , include progress and attainment measures. These are.

Teacher Retention, Mobility, and Attrition in Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Interestingly, even as states focus on school improvement efforts, the report shows that teachers in schools with a low performance rating based on a state accountability system were more likely to move to a new school or leave the profession. Sep 04,  · We exploit a nested school accountability reform to estimate the causal effect on teacher mobility, sorting, and student achievement. In , lower-secondary schools in Oslo became accountable to the school district authority for student achievement. In , information on school performance in lower secondary education also became public.

movement between schools on the distribution of teacher quality across schools is not clear ex-ante. Inter-school mobility of teachers could exacerbate the divergence in education quality across schools if schools serving disadvantaged populations lose their best teachers to schools serving more advantaged students. BibTeX @MISC{Feng10©notice,, author = {Li Feng and David N. Figlio and Tim Sass and Li Feng and David N. Figlio and Tim Sass and Li Feng}, title = {© notice, is given to the source. School accountability and teacher mobility}, year = {}}.


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School accountability and teacher mobility by Li Feng Download PDF EPUB FB2

School accountability have on teachers’ mobility decisions. This study is the first to exploit policy variation within the same state to examine the effects of school accountability on teacher job changes. Using student‐level data from Florida State the authors measure the degree to which schools and.

Using microdata from the universe of Florida public school teachers, we find strong evidence that accountability shocks influence the teacher labor market; specifically, teachers are more likely to leave schools that have been downward shocked -- especially to the bottom grade -- and they are less likely to leave schools that have been upward hamaikastudio.com by: School accountability is intended to reduce the principal-agent problem in education by pro- viding incentives for teachers to boost student achievement and thereby school performance.

However, school accountability may also induce teacher mobility and work as a sorting mech. The degree to which teacher mobility engendered by accountability pressures affects the level and distribution of teacher quality across schools depends critically on which teachers within a school Cited by: We exploit a change in Florida’s school accountability system, and use regression discontinuity and difference-in-difference approaches, to study the effects of accountability pressure on teacher mobility.

While school grading “shocks” do not affect mobility at most parts of the measured school quality distribution, there exists strong evidence that teachers are more likely to leave schools that Cited by: within-district teacher mobility or on the probabil ity of remaining as a public school teacher, though the estimated effects on leaving teaching in the school district (or entirely) are on the.

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Accountability. The very mention of the word strikes fear in the hearts of many teachers and school leadersCited by: Handbook of the Economics of Education, Vol.

3 School accountability—the process of evaluating school performance on the basis of student performance measures—is increasingly prevalent around the world. In the United States, accountability has become a centerpiece of both Democratic and Republican federal administrations'.

Feb 18,  · Teacher’s Accountability. Accountability is a new addition to the vocabulary of public education.

It is used by school administrators, teacher institutions, classroom teachers, and the public general. It is often quoted by parents and other people who have some business or something to do with teaching. Using student-level data from Florida State the authors measure the degree to which schools and teachers were "surprised" by the change in the school grading system (in summer of )— what they refer to as an "accountability shock"— by observing the mobility decisions of teachers in the years before and after the school grading change.

Downloadable. This paper presents the first causal evidence on the effects of school accountability systems on teacher labor markets. We exploit a change in Florida's school accountability system that exogenously shocked some schools to higher accountability grades and others to lower accountability grades, and measure whether teachers in shocked schools are more or less likely to.

School Accountability and Teacher Mobility. Author(s): Struggling schools that come under increased accountability pressure face a number of challenges, including changing instructional policies and practices to facilitate student improvement.

Get this from a library. School accountability and teacher mobility. [Li Feng; David N Figlio; Tim Roger Sass; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This paper presents the first causal evidence on the effects of school accountability systems on teacher labor markets.

We exploit a change in Florida's school accountability system that. Does school accountability change the teacher composition in schools. We exploit a nested school accountability reform to estimate the causal effect of accountability on teacher mobility and teacher sorting.

Inlower secondary schools in Oslo became formally accountable to the school district authority. Ina value added measure of student achievement in lower secondary schools also. The Accountability Manual is currently in development.

Chapters 1–11 are posted for public comment in the May 1,edition of the Texas Register as part of the administrative rule-making process. Comments about Chapters 1–11 may be submitted to [email protected] until p.m.

CDT on. In School Accountability and Teacher Mobility (NBER Working Paper No. ), co-authors Li Feng, David Figlio, and Tim Sass observe that the new grading system reclassified many schools, delivering what they term an accountability "shock." Overall, the new system improved accountability grades in 42 percent of schools, and delivered lower grades in 9 percent of schools.

Abstract. This paper presents the first causal evidence on the effects of school accountability systems on teacher labor markets. We exploit a change in Florida's school accountability system that exogenously shocked some schools to higher accountability grades and others to lower accountability grades, and measure whether teachers in shocked schools are more or less likely to hamaikastudio.com: Li Feng, David N.

Figlio and Tim Sass. title = "School accountability and teacher mobility", abstract = "We exploit a change in Florida's school accountability system, and use regression discontinuity and difference-in-difference approaches, to study the effects of accountability pressure on teacher hamaikastudio.com by: Apr 20,  · " Reclaiming Accountability in Teacher Education is one of the most brilliant books in education, period.

No one concerned about the teaching profession can afford to miss this searing analysis of the hegemonic initiatives to 'reform' teacher education in the United States today, including the lack of evidentiary basis for such initiatives and. pressures on teacher mobility between schools and occupations.

Florida had graded every school in the state on a scale from “A” to “F” since the summer ofbased on proficiency rates in reading, writing and mathematics. Florida’s system of school accountability, called the A+ Plan.

Struggling schools that come under increased accountability pressure face a number of challenges, changing instructional policies and practices to facilitate student improvement.

But what effect does school accountability have on teachers' mobility decisions? This study is the first to exploit policy variation within the same state to examine the effects of school accountability on teacher job Cited by: 3.This paper presents the first causal evidence on the effects of school accountability systems on teacher labor markets.

We exploit a change in Florida's school accountability system that exogenously shocked some schools to higher accountability grades and others to lower accountability grades, and measure whether teachers in shocked schools are more or less likely to hamaikastudio.com by: 6.

Accountability and Teacher Labor Markets 7. Directions for Future Research References Abstract School accountability—the process of evaluating school performance on the basis of student performance measures—is increasingly prevalent around the world.

In the United States.