Does Evaluation Change Teacher Effort and Performance? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from a Policy of Retesting Students
We document measurable, lasting gains in student achievement caused by a change in teachers' evaluation incentives. A short-lived rule created a discontinuity in teachers' incentives when allocating effort across their assigned students: students who failed an initial end-of-year test were...
Taylor, Eric S
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|published in:||The review of economics and statistics pp. 1 - 45|
|Data of publication:||2020-08-10|
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