With federal support from the United States Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, researchers at the National Center on Performance Incentives are conducting research on value-added measurement. Specifically, they are examining the promise and limitations for different types of statistical procedures used to estimate teacher performance from their students’ achievement test scores. This research addresses a key question related to performance incentives in public education; that is, how educator compensation might be linked to the achievement gains of their students.
NCPI’s value-added measurement research entails two distinct studies. To learn more about them please click on the links below.
Please revisit this site in coming months for additional information and forthcoming publications related to NCPI’s research on value-added measurement.