From: Brookings Brown Center on Education Policy
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Who Profits from the Master's Degree Pay Bump for Teachers?
Date: Thu Jun 05 15:35:33 MDT 2014
Body:
                       
                       

View online: http://www.brookings.edu/newsletters/browncenter/2014/0605

► Brookings.edu June 5, 2014
Brookings
Brown Center on Education Policy
 
Who Profits from the Master's Degree Pay Bump for Teachers?
Columbia University

Prior research has demonstrated that a master's degree does not improve teacher performance. In this Chalkboard, Matthew Chingos examines who actually profits from the high cost of this credential.
Read the Chalkboard post »

BROWN CENTER SCHOLARS IN THE NEWS

The recent study of teacher evaluation systems by Whitehurst, Chingos, and Lindquist is highlighted by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Students First blog, and the Tennessee Edu-Independent blog. 

Tom Loveless's Chalkboard post on the implementation of the Common Core is recommended by the Fordham Institute's Flypaper blog

Russ Whitehurst is quoted in a Townhall Magazine piece about the Obama administration. 

STAY CONNECTED

  Sign Up for Other Brookings Newsletters

  Brown Center on Education Policy RSS Feed

  Brown Center on Twitter

  Brookings on Facebook

You are receiving this email because you signed up for the Brown Center on Education Policy newsletter.
BROOKINGS 1775 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20036
E-mail Brookings | Phone 202.797.6000 | www.brookings.edu | Privacy Policy