Monday, November 13, 2017

The Impact of Incentives to Recruit and Retain Teachers in “Hard-to-Staff” Subjects | JPAM Featured Article

Public school teachers are typically paid according to their education level and years of experience, with no differentiation by subject. Given resistance among teachers and unions to explicit pay differentials, states and school districts have frequently sought to mitigate subject-specific shortages by enhancing non-salary compensation, such as educational subsidies. This study estimates the causal impact of loan forgiveness and bonuses on retention of teachers in Florida public schools.

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Saturday Poster Winners

November 8, 2014 05:30 PM

These are the winners from the Saturday Poster Luncheon at the 2014 Fall Research Conference.

First place

Should Students Earn an Associate Degree Before Transferring to a Four-Year Institution
Elizabeth Kopko, Columbia University

Second place

Do Visible Tattoos Affect Recidivism?
Kaitlyn Harger, West Virginia University

Third place

Cost-Effectiveness in the Context of Budget Restoration: Implementing the Local Control Funding Formula in the Los Angeles Unified School District
David S. Knight, University of Southern California

 

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