John Papay is an Associate Professor of Education and Economics at Brown University. His research focuses on teacher policy, the economics of education, and teacher labor markets. He has published on teacher value-added models, teacher evaluation, high-stakes testing, teacher compensation, and program evaluation methodology. He has served as a Research Affiliate with the Project on the Next Generation of Teachers and a Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard. A former high school history teacher, he earned his doctorate in Quantitative Policy Analysis from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
John Papay, Andrew Bacher-Hicks, Lindsay Page, William Marinell. (2017). Educational Researcher, 46(8), 434-448
Megin Charner-Laird, Monica Ng, Susan Moore Johnson, Matthew Kraft, John Papay, Stefanie Reinhorn. (2017). American Journal of Education, 123(4), 553-584
John Papay, Matthew Kraft. (2017). Cambridge: Harvard Education Pres
John Papay, Matthew Kraft. (2016). Educational Leadership, 73(8), 36-42
John Papay, Matthew Kraft. (2016). Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35(4), 791-817
John Papay, Matthew Kraft. (2015). Journal of Public Economics, 130, 105-119
Matthew Kraft, John Papay, Susan Moore Johnson, Megin Charmer-Laird, Monica Ng, Stefanie Reinhorn. (2015). Educational Administration Quarterly, 51(5), 753-790