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Teacher Policy and Evaluation

Cannata, M., Neel, M., & Rubin, M. (forthcoming). Navigating Flexibility and Fidelity in Scaling Up a Statewide Initiative. Accepted in American Journal of Education. [Accepted Manuscript]

Neumerski, C., Grissom, J. A., Goldring, E. B., Drake, T. A., Rubin, M., Cannata, M., & Schuermann, P (2018). Restructuring instructional leadership: How multiple measure teacher evaluation systems are redefining the role of the school principal. Elementary School Journal 119(2). [link]

Cannata, M., Rubin, M., Goldring, E. B., Drake, T. A., Grissom, J. A., Neumerski, C., & Schuermann, P (2017). Using teacher effectiveness data for information rich hiring. Educational Administration Quarterly 53(2): 180-222. [Version of Record]    [Accepted Manuscript]

Grissom, J. A., Rubin, M., Neumerski, C. M., Cannata, M., Drake, T. A., Goldring, E. B., & Schuermann, P. (2017). Central office supports for data-driven talent management decisions: Evidence from the implementation of new systems for measuring teacher effectiveness. Educational Researcher46 (1): 21-32. [link]

Drake, T. A., Goldring, E. B., Grissom, J. A., Cannata, M., Neumerski, C., Rubin, M., & Schuermann, P (2016). Development or Dismissal? Exploring Principals’ Use of Teacher Effectiveness Data. In Youngs, P. & Grissom, J.A. (Eds.) Improving Teacher Evaluation Systems: Making the Most of Multiple Measures (pp. 116-130). New York: Teachers College Press.

Goldring, E. B., Grissom, J. A., Neumerski, C., Cannata, M., Drake, T., Rubin, M., & Schuermann, P.  (2015). Make room value-added: Principals’ human capital decisions and the emergence of teacher observation data.  Educational Researcher 44(2): 96-104.[link]

McCrory, R. & Cannata, M. (2011). Mathematics classes for future elementary teachers: Data from mathematics departments. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 58(1): 29-35.

Cannata, M., McCrory, R., Sykes, G., Anagnostopoulos, D., & Frank, K. (2010). Exploring the influence of National Board Certified Teachers in their schools and beyond. Educational Administration Quarterly 46(4): 463-490. [Version of Record]     [Accepted Manuscript]

Anagnostopoulos, D., Sykes, G., McCrory, R., Cannata, M., & Frank, K., (2010). Dollars, distinction, or duty? The meaning of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards for teachers’ work and collegial relations. American Journal of Education, 116(3): 337-369. [link]

Frank, K., Sykes, G. Anagnostopoulos, D., Cannata, M., Chard, L., Krause, A., & McCrory, R. (2008). Does National Board Certification affect the number of colleagues a teacher helps regarding instructional matters? Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 30: 3-30. [link]

Sykes, G., with Burian-Fitzgerald, M. (2004). “Cultivating quality in teaching: A brief for professional standards.” In Hess, F., Rotherham, A., and Walsh, K. (Eds.) A qualified teacher in every classroom: Appraising old answers and new ideas. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.