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Developing Great Teachers and Leaders in Knox County Schools: Interview with Superintendent Jim McIntyre
After leading a cross-sector review of the Knox County Schools’ central office, AISR followed up with Superintendent McIntyre on the evolution of reforms arising from that process.
This policy brief examines the history and intent of seniority rules in teacher layoffs and some of the underlying issues being raised in the current debate.
This report presents lessons learned from the Transatlantic School Innovation Alliance, a peer network of principals and educators in urban secondary schools in the US and England.
Can Teachers be Evaluated by Their Students’ Test Scores? Should they Be? The Use of Value-Added Measures of Teacher Effectiveness in Policy and Practice
This report uses data analysis to argue that value-added models used to evaluate, reward, and dismiss teachers are not precise enough to be useful for high-stakes decision-making.
This report prepared by AISR for the NYC Coalition for Educational Justice highlights inequities in curriculum offerings and teacher quality between high- and low-performing middle